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A commentary that rightly divides Romans 13:1-7. Quotes extensively from ministers who lived and preached at the time of the American Revolution. Check out the official facebook page for this book by clicking the link below: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?... A commentary that rightly divides Romans 13:1-7. Quotes extensively from ministers who lived and preached at the time of the American Revolution. Check out the official facebook page for this book by clicking the link below: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?...


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A commentary that rightly divides Romans 13:1-7. Quotes extensively from ministers who lived and preached at the time of the American Revolution. Check out the official facebook page for this book by clicking the link below: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?... A commentary that rightly divides Romans 13:1-7. Quotes extensively from ministers who lived and preached at the time of the American Revolution. Check out the official facebook page for this book by clicking the link below: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?...

14 review for Christian Duty Under Corrupt Government: A Revolutionary Commentary on Romans 13:1-7

  1. 5 out of 5

    Adam Calvert

    This was a really good commentary on Romans 13:1-7. It was not as long and in depth as James M. Wilson’s The Establishment and Limits of Civil Government. But it contained some insightful thought on this passage of Scripture while referencing other passages (using the analogy of faith principle of hermeneutics). It also referenced a lot of preachers in America during the time of the War for Independence. *Ted Weiland has some strange views on Israel and the New Covenant in some of his other works This was a really good commentary on Romans 13:1-7. It was not as long and in depth as James M. Wilson’s The Establishment and Limits of Civil Government. But it contained some insightful thought on this passage of Scripture while referencing other passages (using the analogy of faith principle of hermeneutics). It also referenced a lot of preachers in America during the time of the War for Independence. *Ted Weiland has some strange views on Israel and the New Covenant in some of his other works. So I certainly don’t wholeheartedly endorse everything he says. But I did find this work helpful.

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