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Opinion: Biblical mandate for kings of Israel is strong argument for weak mayor structure



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Recently I was studying 1 Kings chapter 11 in my Bible when I learned something I had never really thought about. The passage deals with King Solomon and the fac...

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  1. interesting Biblical observations….if any changes needed for city Augusta’s form of Govt it is to abolish consolidation and return to a separate city and an outside county with each its own governing body.

  2. Your timely and astute analogy points out an unappreciated benefit of the current ARC government structure. It also makes Hardie Davis’ claims to have a divinity degree and to be a preacher even more incredulous. How could Hardie Davis give a sermon on pride, greed, lust, etc., with a straight face? He would frequently have to tell the congregation, “This is where you say Amen.”

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