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Sorry for the delay in posting this essay in our Calvinistic Dispensational Presuppositionalism’s series.
In July 2012, the popular Presuppositional Apologetics’ blog “Choosing Hats” had a post titled “ 1,350 more words
“Were the Solway Martyrs martyred for the Judicial Laws of Moses? No. They were martyred for a very specific liturgical reason: they would not say ‘God save the King.’ While it is true that they believed God was Lord over the State, the specific context dealt with God’s lordship over the Church.” – Jacob Aitken ( 103 more words