[Vision2020] Which one in the marriage was (is) really mentally ill?

Art Deco deco at moscow.com
Sun Mar 6 17:22:58 PST 2005

To Those Interested:

Several recent posts have discussed Gregor Dickison's divorce of his wife on the grounds of alleged mental illness.  I do not know anything of his wife but below are some passages written by Gregor.  After reading such, one must conclude that if anyone in that marriage was (is) mentally ill, it (is) was Gregor.

The link (supplied by a most capable researcher) is

"The civil magistrate is the minister of God to execute wrath on the wrongdoer (Rom. 13:4). God has not left his civil minister without guidance on how to exercise his office. The Scriptures set forth clear standards of judgment for many offenses. Capital crimes, for example, include premeditated killing (murder), kidnapping, sorcery, bestiality, adultery, homosexuality, and cursing one's parents..."

"In contemporary American jurisprudence, none of these offenses is punishable by death, with the occasional exception of murder. The magistrates have dispensed with God's standards of justice. Some Christians believe this is an improvement. They would be horrified to think that the "harsh" penalties of the law should still be applied. Sometimes this is the result of the mistaken belief that the Old Testament has no further application after the advent of Christ. This is an exegetical problem. Too often, it is the result of a sinful view of the criminal. This sin is called pity."

"If your brother, the son of your mother, your son or your daughter, the wife of your bosom, or your friend who is as your own soul, secretly entices you, saying, "Let us go and serve other gods,". . . you shall not consent to him or listen to him, nor shall your eye pity him, nor shall you spare him or conceal him; but you shall surely kill him..."  [Heresy:  Beware, ye not of the cult!]

"If two men fight together, and the wife of one draws near to rescue her husband from the hand of the one attacking him, and puts out the hand and seizes him by the genitals, then you shall cut off her hand; your eye shall not pity her..."  [Defending one's husband.]

God commands the judge to evaluate the crime rather than the criminal. If the crime is one for which God requires death, then death must be the punishment. Your eye shall not pity. Neither is the repentance of the accused relevant to the imposition of the sentence.  [Somehow it appears Gregor has missed the central message of Jesus.]

"Thus, the Bible teaches that pity is not an option where God has decided the matter. The [civil] magistrate, God's minister, is to faithfully execute justice according to God's standard, not man's...  This means that we must return to an obedience which confines pity within the bounds which God has established for us."

Let's see:  Murder (by even a child), kidnapping, sorcery, bestiality, adultery, homosexuality, and cursing one's parents, heresy, defending one's husband, etc. are should be punished by death according to Gregor.

Are these the views of a mentally healthy adult?

[Note to Gregor's fiancée:  What kind of hell are you getting yourself into?  Do you want to end up like your predecessor?  And for the sake of your life, never, ever let Gregor hear you question the excrementitious views of the Cult Master!]

Art Deco (Wayne A. Fox)
deco at moscow.com

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