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Doesnt our engagement with the World as followers of Christ require us to enter into contracts with the world?

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Doesnt our engagement with the World as followers of Christ require us to enter into contracts with the world?

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Ahhh, the old We must be in the World but not of it pap. Yes. The sad fact is that just saying this doesnt make it true that one is not of the World, too. Many think that they can rationalize their very questionable relationships with Worldly operatives and operations by spitting out those words, when all theyve done is just sign on with whatever everyone seems to have told them to sign on with. It must be noted that the one who refuses to come to Christ must have the law to guide his behavior. This point cannot be underscored enough, because many of the very best evangelical Protestant Christians claim that the reprobate Catholicist is “deceived” and that the things that government legitimately does federal income tax, Social Security identification, incorporation procedures are all unjustified. Oh yes, they are all unrighteous, but hardly unjustified for those who choose to live by the World and make Caesar their lord. To rail against these valid activities is to risk entering into r

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