Judgement With and Without the Law

September 5, 2021 • Henry Lokay • Romans 2:12–16, Romans 1:19–20, Matthew 7:23

"Who shall govern the governor? Law, the king of all mortals and immortals, as Pindar calls it, which is not written on papyrus rolls or wooden tablets but is his own reason within the soul which perpetually dwells with him and guards him and never leaves his soul bereft of leadership." - Plutarch Scriptures - Romans 2:12-16, 1:19-20; Matthew 7:23

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