Thursday, December 22, 2005

The Case for Anarchism . . .

. . . is here.
Wolff's argument, as helpfully summarised by the Maverick Philosopher, is so compelling that anarchism is the inescapable and only conclusion UNLESS one accepts that certain people who are found to be in certain positions inherently possess authority for no other reason than that God says they do because He Himself is responsible for those persons to be holding those positions.
See Romans 13:1-6

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