Congressional Democrat Jerry Nadler spoke out loud the truth about Endarkenment liberalism when responding to another House member (Congressman Steube — R) who had been opposing the Equality Act by reading from the Holy Scripture on the distinction that exists between men and women.
“Mr. Steube, what any religious tradition describes as God’s will is no concern of this Congress.”
What does this tell us?
Well, it tells us what I’ve been saying until going hoarse and that is when “any religious tradition and the will of its God” is not a concern of Congress than the only religion left that will be allowed to express God’s will is the State. If no religious tradition that reflects God’s will is a concern of Congress then at that point Congress has made itself to be God and only Congress as God will be the concern of Congress.
People have to begin to realize that God is an inescapable reality as is religion. There is never a time when the will of some God is not the concern of institutions. As such when Rep. Nadler tells us that “ what any religious tradition describes as God’s will is no concern of this Congress,” what Nadler is telling us that is that Congress is God and as God Congress is only concerned about its will.
With this statement, Nadler demonstrates that the State as God is the God over all the gods. With this statement, Nadler demonstrates for all with eyes to see that the only religious tradition that will be allowed in Congress is the religion that is the State. Nadler has told those with ears to hear that “In the State, we live and move and have our being.”
Let’s try this one more way before ending. Nadler’s quote communicates that there is no God or religion that Congress is concerned with in terms of providing a standard by which to legislate. No will of no God of any religious tradition will provide a standard by which the US Congress will rule. If that is true, then what will the standard be by which Congress will rule? The only answer left is the sovereign will of the US Congress as God will be the standard by which Congress rules. Congress is God.