The Practice of Resistance (1 Samuel 23:1-13)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, August 14, 2011
Part of the Life of David series, preached at a Sermon service

Last week's sermon dealt with the limits of resistance to tyranny, which must be kept clearly in mind. This text goes verse by verse through this passage to illustrate what the law says about the practice of resistance. This is a key sermon dealing with various forms of interposition.

Tags: 2nd amendment, civil war, interposition, lower magistrate, magistrate, military, militia, murder, non-resistance, pacifist, Persecution, resistance, revolution, secession, second amendment, Sheriff, tyranny, vengeance, war between the states

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