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April 08, 2013


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Im guessing you think a violent response to 1930's Germany and the soviet union was warranted. The line between nonviolent responses and there is one of the most complicated and difficult philosophical questions in any era, largely because it is difficult to say with certainty how imminent real threat is- and in a republic like ours, the manner in which the state drifts this way is full of internal contradictions that is hard to be absolute about.

Thank you for giving the Romeike issue attention.
More, thank you for shining light on what is happening, where we are heading, what we can be doing.
If we aren't willing to dig our heels in and take action for Our Children, the treasures God has entrusted us care of, we are unworthy.

Joel - love you dearly but may I say that once your baby gets here, I think you will find that some of these issues will seem far less complicated, far more clear-cut. Parenthood will help you to define absolutes. The topic today is - what are you willing to do *now* to honor God and to protect your child?

Hi Joel
Can you clarify what you are saying a bit? I think I understand your point but I don't want to misread you. Are you objecting or otherwise taking some exception to my "non-violent" qualification in my blog? If so, then I think we may be approximately aligned in that I am saying "not yet" and you are saying "it might come to this." Is that about right?

We are both at "not yet", but it troubles me that very few people speak of where the line is.

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