Understanding the Spirit of Liberty: The King's Release

liberty from debt and taxes“The rich ruleth over the poor and the borrower is slave to the lender” (Proverbs 22:7). On display in the Louvre museum in Paris is the earliest known legal proclamation in antiquity written in cuneiform on a foundation brick for a local temple. It wasn’t until 1972 that Maurice Lambert was able to translate its inscription. The text says that in 2400 BC Babylonian King Enmetena made a decree. The translation reads, “Enmetena instituted liberty in Lagash. He restored the child to its mother and the mother to her child; he cancelled interest.”

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Playing God And The Quest For Power

Playing God And The Quest For Power

Man likes playing God. His quest for power leads him into rebellion, corruption, and every evil thing. Scripture declares, “For you shall be as gods knowing (determining for yourself) good and evil.” Because man wants to be a god, determining good and evil for themselves, lawlessness in society increases as the God-man rebels against the “rule of law.”

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