Government: Biblical teaching on

Rage Against the King_ The Biblical and Political Reality of the New World Order,” sermon by Pastor Jason Cooley on (072215)(Click here for Youtube of this sermon.)

Click the following links to go to the notes on the stated topic. One will notice that some of the topics are in their infancy, while others meticulously cover the subject, to a greater or lesser degree from Genesis to Revelation. The author continues to add to these studies on an almost daily basis. The reader will note that Finney gets his standard from a literal reading of the Bible, unlike the replacement, reformed, Catholic, etc. theologians, who wildly combine tradition, history (selected and many times incorrect), philosophy, spiritualization of certain parts of Scripture and allegory to reach incorrect conclusions.

All Nations are Under God but God Gives all Nations Free Will

Kings of Judah & Israel after Rehoboam & Jeroboam

Gentile, Gentile Nations, Times of the Gentiles

God’s Judgment of Nations 

God Wants His People To Rule

Biblical Principles Concerning Government

Idols & Idolatry


Romans 13 & the Highest Power (much of Finney’s teaching on this is covered under other topics in his studies)

Serving other Gods

God reaches a point where He will not hear the cry of a nation

The Prophets

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"Churches under Christ" is a ministry of Charity Baptist Tabernacle of Amarillo, Texas, Benjamin Hickam Pastor. Jerald Finney, a Christian Lawyer and member of Charity Baptist Tabernacle explains how a church in America can remain under the Lord Jesus Christ and Him only. "And hath put all things under his feet, and gave him to be the head over all things to the church" (Ephesians 1.22).

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