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Rutherford on Romans 13 and the Distinction Between Person and Office — Reformed Libertarian Blog

see also Rutherford on Romans 13 and the Logic of Resistance Question XXIX. Whether, in the case of defensive war, the distinction of the person of the king, as a man, who can commit acts of hostile tyranny against his subjects, and of the office and royal power that he hath from God and the…

via Rutherford on Romans 13 and the Distinction Between Person and Office — Reformed Libertarian Blog

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