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View Poll Results: Which religious gov't do you prefer
Theocratic 1 5.00%
Theonomic 1 5.00%
Hybrid Secular with Theonomic/Theocratic features 2 10.00%
Completely Secular 15 75.00%
42 Forms of Sharia Law 1 5.00%
Voters: 20. You may not vote on this poll

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Who will the people vote for?
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No voting, God choses the leader. Likely after a coup
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Why did you have to combine the 42 answer AND sharia law answer? I would LOVE sharia law but don’t give a 42.
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Catholic. bc we can have wine
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Sharia law is truly the most liberating experience a woman can have.
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pretty sure you can have all the wine you want with the secular one.
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pretty sure you can have all the wine you want with the secular one.
Not necessarily. Back when it was a thing, the temperance movement (and also the prohibition movement) was very fashionable in secular circles as well as religious ones.
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Not necessarily. Back when it was a thing, the temperance movement (and also the prohibition movement) was very fashionable in secular circles as well as religious ones.
judaism allows wine
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