By Gary North
Dr. Gary North demanding situations some of the conspiracy theories of either conservative and liberal teams within the US. after all, the writer explains why all human conspiracies are doomed to failure within the mild of the superb plan of Almighty God. He provides a unique model of the conspiracy view of historical past, which makes it debatable even between conspiracy theorists.
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Nevertheless the people refused to obey the voice of Samuel; and they said, Nay, but we will have a king rule over us; that we may be like other nations; and that our king may judge us, and go out before us, and fight our battles" (I Samuel 8:18-20). The testimony of their long-time spiritual leader did not bring the people of Israel to repentance. They refused to listen. Then why should mere knowledge about and exposure of immoral and elitist leaders bring today's voters to their senses? The primary issues of life are ethical, not intellectual.
Rehoboam learned slowly. First he had conspired against the people of Israel. Next, he rebelled against God. He took his much-reduced kingdom into ethical war against God — the old error of conspirators throughout history, both human and angelic. Then Shishak of Egypt prepared to invade. The original slave-holding tyranny threatened again. This time, Rehoboam repented, along with the princes (II Chronicles 12:6). God then repented in part, but He brought Shishak in for a raid. God gave them "some deliverance" (II Chronicles 12:7).
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