Authority of the believer by Kenneth E. Hagin

By Kenneth E. Hagin

"A few folks have slightly gotten to the sting of that authoriity, yet ahead of Jesus comes back, there is going to be an entire corporation of believers who will get up and with the authority that's theirs, ...and they'll do the paintings that God meant they need to do.

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To reject these communities is to live against the foundational moral order God has established. For Stackhouse theology has a direct role in providing the necessary values for the economic system. These values are grounded in a religious metaphysical-moral foundation that implies that they cannot merely be produced through human will. ’53 Although this foundation is similar to Roman Catholic natural law, it is not quite the same. 54 Rather than describing this foundation as ‘natural law,’ he calls it common grace.

Here Novak is simply wrong. Mill’s economics was as indebted to Malthus as had been the Christian political economy of the eighteenth century. Both 20 I The dominant tradition took Malthus’ principle as sacrosanct even as they developed it in different directions: the philosophical radicals used it for the prospect of human perfectibility, whereas the Christian political economists used it against that prospect. But for both the production of wealth was inextricably associated with the necessary natural laws of the market disciplining reproduction within the family.

Smith wrote: ‘Nature, it seems, when she loaded us with our own sorrows, thought they were enough, and therefore did not command us to take any further share in those of others, than what was necessary to prompt us to relieve them’75 Expressions of grief and sorrow, and the desire for charity, become contemptible attitudes. True fellow-feeling occurs when I rejoice in the baker’s good fortune. If I speak of my own needs then I ask the baker for a contemptible form of fellow-feeling and deny nature’s implantation of moral sentiments.

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