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Church vs. State answers a variety of political questions from a strictly Biblical perspective. It was inspired by a desire to understand precisely what Jesus meant when He announced His plan "to proclaim liberty to the captives" and to "set at liberty those who are oppressed." Common conceptions of what the Bible says about the state, nation, private property, capitalism, contract, taxes, slavery, and more are carefully examined and challenged. The war between church and state is one of truly biblical proportions.

©2019 Christopher Chase Rachels (P)2019 Christopher Chase Rachels

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Fallacious Eisegesis

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This book is an eisegesis (reading of one’s opinion or position into the text) of the Christian Scriptures from a Libertarian/Anarchocapitalist perspective. It is valuable for understanding that singular benefit of better understanding the position of its authors and those who agree with them, but commits several fallacies and ignores or misinterprets evidence that opposes their position.

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