ljtherock wrote:Not think but KNOW.
Strange how so many people KNOW so many conflicting things, yet none of them accept they could possibly be wrong.
You enquire this of me because you know not of God, so how is it that I could open your eyes, ears and mind. perhaps you could teach me first how to raise the dead and then I would be able to prove what you ask.
Can you answer the questions or not?
If not, why do they matter enough that you should ask them of me?
Let us assume God does not exist... Then how is it the Queen and other authorities swear an oath to God and claim their power and authority is of God?
Truly, such a question proves their deciept and fraud...
Firstly, the authorities don't necessarily swear an oath to God, I think we went over this in another thread. The police swear allegiance to the monarch regardless of where her power comes from, and MPs can choose to make an affirmation with no mention of God.
Secondly, I looked at the Queen's oath and I cannot see that at any point she claims her power is of God.
Why does the Queen swear an oath to God if we assume He does not exist? Some options I could think of:
a) Perhaps she really believes it, and is mistaken
c) Politicial reason 1 - The monarch is also the head of the Anglican Church
d) Politicial reason 2 - A fair amount of the population are Christian, they will be more inclined to have allegiance to a leader of the same faith
If I were to be forced to enter their courts, for I would not go of free will. I would not plead to them of equal standing as if they were exalted above me. I would not defend myself using their legislation, be it statute or common law. Both statute and common law are their rules and are made for them and not the people, many lost cases of truth have proven this to be so.
Ergo, I would use the only true law that would beat them every time, the law for which they have no defence and again has proven to seal their mouths and dismiss their judgements.
I shall end now, for I have stated too much as you will not understand any of the last 9 lines I typed...
I understand you, I just think you're wrong. Let me know how that defence works out for you if you end up in court.