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By Gary North

The acclaimed Von Mises Economist and son-in-law of R. J. Rushdoony penned his notable tome right here detailing God's plan for funds from the 3 associations: relations, church, executive. this is often one in every of Dr. North's most vital works ever written.

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Seven years after its publication, critics have not yet attempted to refute Chilton’s book, let alone Sutton’s. (Note: a brief negative book review is not a refutation. ) While I have never been bogged down with any volume in this set of economic commentaries, there is no doubt that Tools of Dominion and especially Boundaries and Dominion would have looked very different if Sutton had not made his discovery, and 3. David Chilton, The Days of Vengeance: An Exposition of the Book of Revelation (Ft.

2) The King James Version has this as a meat offering. This is incorrect. It was a grain offering. There are two keys to understanding this offering. First, it had to be of unleavened grain (Lev. 2:4, 11). Second, it was required when Aaron was anointed high priest (Lev. 6:20). Commentators presume that this sacrifice was required also at the anointing of subsequent high priests. First, the requirement of unleavened grain points back to the exodus. The Passover mandated unleavened bread, too. This was God’s memorial of His deliverance of His people out of bondage.

On the other hand, as we shall argue when discussing abortion, proper understanding of that passage shows it to be one of the strongest passages of Scripture defending the rights of pregnant women and unborn children. Given 32. Idem. 33. H. Wayne House and Thomas D. Ice, Dommion Theology: Blessing or Curse? (Portland, Oregon: Multnomah Press, 1988), p. 130. xxxiv LEVITICUS: AN ECONOMIC COMMENTARY that fact, it seems proper to appeal to it as indicating God’s attitude toward any kind of harm to the unborn, including abortion.

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