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Identity politics

March 5, 2020

Understanding Identity Politics through the Book of Daniel

2 Responses to Understanding Identity Politics through the Book of Daniel

  1. John Kenyon says:

    So clear and concise a report, Rick Plasterer, you have convinced me to find and follow Clarke Scheibe. Thank you.

  2. Roger says:

    Daniel is in a Gentile territory and since they are without the true God, they would not know his name as Jews would. They use the term, KJV, The Most High God. Even Haggar, gave God a name, El Roi, the God who sees me. God does not change, but he is sovereign and can change how he wants to save people or show mercy. Romans 9 : 15, For He saith to Moses, I will have Mercy on whom I will have Mercy, and I will have compassion on whom I will have compassion. Also, God, chose Cyrus, a descendant of Ester, Gentile, to save Israel.

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