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Under the theocracy, Israel, in things civil and religious were called to obey God as their king.
But he had an intermittent dread that democracy, like theocracy and monarchy, might forget the law of God.
The Jewish nation is, without reference to accidental modifications, a perpetual aristocracy under the appearance of a theocracy.
We have traced it in the middle ages burning the rich mans chteaux and experimenting in theocracy and communism.
This mistake has been confirmed, if it was not originated, by the organization of the great Jewish theocracy.
The government they aimed at was not democracy, but theocracy: "God never did ordain democracy as a fit government," said Cotton.
The Hebrew theocracy has passed away; but there is a sense in which every Christian nation should be a modified theocracy.
The first theocracy is so enveloped in legends and fictions that it is impossible to give a satisfactory account of it.
A thousand years might not be enough to separate the monarchy of France from the theocracy of Italy.
In a certain sense, a theocracy must be the aim of every rational being.

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