Progressives denounce God and the Bible as an old writ from thousands of years ago, that we need to advance and modernize—God is “outmoded” they say. “Perhaps it is time to set up a new moral code without Him.” FOR GOD OR FOR TYRANNY shows how mankind digresses every time he takes this route—that evil is the process of us governing others rather than allowing God to govern us. We can either believe that God exists or He simply is nowhere to be found. But God’s moral law stands—which we shall prove here.
If we remove God, the government will become God.
This book will show conclusively that whenever we abandon God, we elevate a collective tyranny into a god. Either God becomes king or a tyrant becomes king.
This book equips and trains the inner soul through a journey into history examining some of our downfalls when man thought he was superior, to later only recognize, after the havoc, and only then confess, that the core of his principles was indeed appalling. Today the world is at it again, demanding global unity. But unity under freedom is the process of uniting individuals that disagree, while tyranny is the process of forcing everyone to agree—in unison.
“I don’t mean all that call themselves Christians, but a remnant, a few scattered persons which God hath chosen, such as without being led by interest, education, or human authorities, can set themselves sincerely and earnestly to search after truth. For Daniel hath said that the wise shall understand, so he said also that none of the wicked shall understand”
—Sir Isaac Newton
Posted by Nancy on 10th Dec 2013
I was very impressed with the overall theme of the book - and especially that it was written by a teenager. I can't really rate it as yet since I haven't finished the reading. There is a sentence that states that God spoke in Arabic. God loves all people and speaks all languages; God spoke to Moses in Hebrew and wrote the Ten Commandments in Hebrew. Maybe I'm misunderstanding the meaning of that statement. I will continue reading and write more later.