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Guestblogger: Xulon on Ethics, Law and the Sabbath

Recently, blogger Xulon, from Theologica posted this excellent series focusing on ethics, Law, and the question of the Sabbath. He gave me permission to share them here on the Bible Archive. This is the series page:

  1. Ethics Beyond Duty
  2. The Law of Moses Has Been Done Away With
  3. The Ten Commandments Are Done Away With The Law Of Moses
  4. The Sabbath in the New Testament

Public vs. Private and Moral Superiority

I wound up summarizing my series on illegal immigration with some of the solutions consisting of public policy implemented at the governmental level and then some vocational wisdom that is likely the only real world activity we can practically implement. The problem with some of solutions I gave is in what I didn’t say resulting in making some of the solutions the moral superior ideal even though I noticed they technically aren’t.

The problem point is found in the second paragraph: I listed government sponsored health benefits, public education, government programs to train with banking, and public housing with cultural support. Why is this situation listed as ideal? What makes it morally superior?