Neutron bomb theory of law puts Haslam, Knowles in confrontation with oaths

print By David Tulis Some Christians refuse to take oaths. They prefer to “affirm” a matter in their own name, that they will testify truthfully or obey a constitution on taking office. It is an error to refuse to invoke God’s name as witness in a trial or in taking up as governor or county clerk. That’s because God does not forbid taking oaths on high occasions, at instances of public or national import or before tribunals where life and property are at stake. Christ’s admonition to avoid oaths is to the sin of swearing vainly and making oaths in … Continue reading Neutron bomb theory of law puts Haslam, Knowles in confrontation with oaths