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Monday, September 26, 2005 

From Whence Cometh Our Rights?

This seems to me to be a plausible reason to reject state - worship, which I suspect runs more rampant in America than we know. I'll post more on state - worship later. For now, Francis:

Francis Schaeffer (loose paraphrase):

If the State grants the [people] rights, then they can reclaim them; they can take them away. They are not inalienable after all!

Francis Schaeffer began and taught at the L'Abri Institute in Switzerland. He is well known for penning titles such as The God Who Is There and How Should We Then Live?

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