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The Three Purposes of Government In Christian Doctrine

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Based on Christian principles, what are the three purposes of government? Describe each of these, using Biblical citations. Where are these three purposes of government evident today?

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Based on Christian principles, one of the three purposes of government is to execute justice, due to the fact that it is the government's responsibility to establish and enforce the laws, which are developed and enacted by the legislative branch of the government, interpreted by the judicial branch of government, and executed and enforced by the executive branch of government. The laws that are enacted by government are usually aligned with the ramifications of the U.S. Constitution, which has the basis of its ramifications in biblical legal precepts. Psalms ...

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