Monday, August 20, 2007

Render Unto Caesar, that which is Caesar's....

That line comes from Matthew 22:21. It's meaning is generally interpreted to be that you must submit, not only to God's Law, but the Laws of Man as well. Last year, Rev. Walter Coleman, pastor of Adalberto United Methodist Church in Chicago, took a illegal alien and her son in and hid them from ICE, giving them religious sanctuary. But there is a problem with that. There is no Religious Sanctuary law recognized in the United States, and there has not been one in England since 1623. This is NOT a valid legal theory. Therefore, ICE should not have waited for a year before arresting her. Secondly, the pastor and his wife, who knowingly aided and abetted a federal fugitive and felon. This pastor knowingly violated the law. The church, in tacitly condoning this, became a criminal enterprise and is subject to seizure under the RICO laws. I want to know why hasn't this man and his wife been thrown in prison. Why hasn't the church been seized as a criminal enterprise? Render unto Caesar, that which is Caesar's.

2 Comments:

Blogger Thunder said...

Let me answer your questions with examples as to why the pastor and his wife have not been thrown in jail and maybe this will explain it:

Jesse Jackson
Al Sharpton
Quannel X
and the list goes on and on and on.

We have what we call an "Oreo" system of justice in this country. We are one way as we speak and write the laws, and we are exactly the opposite the way we enforce them and act.

Take Waco for instance... back in 1993-94.... this did not follow the rules, but neither have many others like Ruby Ridge etc.

Like Cancer, if you let it fester long enough it will take over, and the illegal alien issue is like a Cancer, it has rights and it's taking over... too late as it is too far embedded in our system and we are dependent on it for survival, yet it will bring us down like an overloaded life boat.....

August 21, 2007 8:25 AM  
Blogger Jean said...

Sign of the times for sure. Justice in this country is a joke.

August 23, 2007 7:41 AM  

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