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Posted - 25 Oct 2001 :  13:58:55  Show Profile  Visit Admin's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Causae Ecclesiae Publicas Causis Aequiparantur

The above Maxim of common Christian Law states "The cause of the Church is a public cause" and is found in Bouvier's Law Dictionary (1914), page 2127. It applies to God's true church and not the State sponsored, commercial "Church Organizations" trading in men's souls (which is their commodity of commerce) for profit and gain.

There are many self-proclaimed 'legal gurus' and promoters who offer their alleged 'Common Law Packages' to Christians (many times at church gatherings) and have led them to the slaughterhouse. For a fee (of course there's a fee, they're merchants!) they offer their 'packages' on such subjects as 'Rescission', 'Redemption', and 'Sovereign Citizenship', ad nauseam. You find their material on the Internet and handed out in the corporate State chartered Churches. These are the false prophets (propheteers) sent to mislead Christians for a very handsome fee. The truth is, these false prophets are seeking profits, not prophesying.

Beware, Christians. If any self-proclaimed teacher or prophet offers to help you in the Common Law for a 'professional' fee, then he is not a Christian; he's a merchant of the State. The true lex Ecclesia Domini - the common law of Christians - cannot be sold any more than the true Christian church - His Ecclesia - could be sold. (The only exception to this is a very small offering to offset the actual cost of duplication or printing). A true teacher or prophet in Christ's Church does not charge a fee for the knowledge Christ has given him in order to edify the Body of Christ, His Church. Christ Himself condemned these as the money changers of commercial profit and gain. Since these 'silver bullet' merchants abound within the true church, Christians must be educated to understand and know the lex Ecclesia by those of us whom Christ has given knowledge and understanding in this matter.

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He is not the God of the dead, but the God of the living: ye therefore do greatly err. - Mark 12:27

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Posted - 12 Jan 2004 :  05:06:15  Show Profile  Visit DerekR's Homepage  Send DerekR an AOL message  Send DerekR an ICQ Message  Reply with Quote
Ok I am a bit confused on the first sentence of the forth paragraph in this article. It states:

"One must remember that prior to Lincoln's un-civil war against the Christian states,..."

I thought the war was against slavery (I know there was more to it than that), when did this come that it was against Christian states, and the war was against the southern states who refused to release the slaves into citizenship, so how is that Christian even having slaves?
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Posted - 12 Jan 2004 :  09:51:30  Show Profile  Visit DanielJacob's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Greetings Derek,

I don't mean this remark in any manner to be disrespectful to your being. You are evidently public fool educated. We are taught that Lincoln's War of Northern Aggression was waged for the cause of Slavery when in depth study on the subject clearly shows that not to be the case at all. It's sole purpose was to destroy the then de jure government by breaking the Constitution and establishing a de facto government of martial rule.

Here is a very good place to start your research. Greg has spent many years researching this subject and the book is well footnoted.

Did you ever stop to ponder why, at the Lincoln memorial, Lincoln is sitting on a Throne with the Roman symbols of power and force at his fingertips.

God bless and happy reading...

Edited by - DanielJacob on 12 Jan 2004 10:39:13
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Posted - 12 Jan 2004 :  21:36:30  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello Derek,

Lincoln's war was also about the elite bankers of the North unfairly levying taxes on the goods of the South, but not allowing Southern states to tax goods produced in the North.

It was also about the rights of the individual states to decide the law within their own state. To not have law forced upon them by outsiders.

These are the other two biggest causes of the war.


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