Is progressive theocratic rule intention in Bible verses?

With all the misrepresentation of Biblical verse by left-leaning seminarians to guilt those who believe scripture to be conservative into selling their point(s) of view; be it from taxing the rich for the poor, health care, etc., are we, the gentle readers of The Herald who don’t ascribe to progressivism to assume from their postings a bent towards a theocratic government based in Christianity as the end goal?

Douglas Barrows

Granite Falls

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