Guilty of Their Evil Deeds

I’ve spent a little time using logic to look at scripture. The use of equivalent or contrapositive statements has had some good results to help one learn more about the meaning in scripture. The use of the corollary is also helpful. Each commandment has a logical opposite.

For example take the commandment, “Thou shall not kill.”, Exodus 20:13. Logically one must also look at the positive command which could be, “Thou shall preserve life.”

If we help people who have the intent to kill and destroy to live in our community then we are also breaking the commandment by not protecting life. We might not be the one’s doing the killing, but if we allow them to have the ability and feed and clothe them then are we not also guilty of the evil deeds of those who do? Scripture says so.

2 John 1:10-11 “If there come any unto you… receive him not into your house, neither bid him God speed: For he that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds.”

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