Guinness wrote: I see you have not responded to my question. I will answer your only remaining question on the appropriate thread. Cross-posting is not allowed.
My original question is "Are you saying that man's law overrules God's law? And that is the way we should debate this?"
Whilst Christians are required per Rom 13, to obey the governing authority, - This is not to the detriment of Holy Law and doctrine. Therefore man's laws cannot be allowed to overrule God's law in our Christian witness. At that point we should and always trust in God.
Guinness wrote: I am advocating obedience to the law of Christ. What do you advocate? Please take the time and effort to read my post better than you read the other article you posted on. The answer to your question there is also included in the both the original text and the extract published by sermonaudio.
Guinness wrote: A true conservative would argue that there is a compelling public interest case to regulate the provision of public services and trade. Your view seems more libertarian, and advocates the rights of proprietors to sin (and also violate the law) in a publically unrestrained manner as a matter of public policy. Do I understand you correctly?
This is a Christian website Guinness.
Are you saying that man's law overrules God's law? And that is the way we should debate this?