Russell and Duenes

Contours of God’s Judgment

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We 21st century “progressive” Americans sit back and chortle over the anti- fornication and anti-adultery laws and mores of our Puritan ancestors who came here back in the 1600s, but that’s because we imagine that there is no God who sees, and having seen, who judges. Yet as one of my readers pointed out, God does not judge immediately. Sometimes it takes centuries. We are now centuries removed from the Jonathan Edwards’, Cotton Mathers’, and George Whitefields’ of our past, yet I don’t think it takes too much spiritual vitality to see the actuality of God’s judgment upon a society that mocks the puritan condemnation of fornication and adultery, all the while championing the “right to choose” and “reproductive freedom” to the tune of 1.3 million dead human beings each year, and a cultural bullet train toward the station of African-American extinction through abortion.



Written by Michael Duenes

February 7, 2011 at 9:44 pm

Posted in Duenes, Theology

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