From The Preface
A proper understanding of Church/State relations actually hinges upon one question: Who defines morality: God or State?
If it is the State (one, or more than one, branch government), then morality is subjectively determined and can be whatever the State wants it to be. If it is God, who has given us His Holy, inerrant, and infallible Word, then the definition of morality is objective and independent of human understanding.
The State may reject the objective and independent evidence of God’s Moral Law, but it can never say that it doesn’t exist; just as I cannot say, because I despise its philosophy, that The Communist Manifesto doesn’t exist.
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