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ANABAPTISTA

Sectarian movement all about faith to believe in the principality of separation of 
     church and state, is doctrine being formed?

Sentient to the principals of rightful mindedness, which advocates a philosophical 
righteousness that transcends a new school of thought, what is Social Theology?

Born to this country as native
Educated via public schooling
Not a protest but a radical movement
This century mandates such.
We must devout.

Baptism of a country for a greater determination is a rite.
We apologize for not living right.
Atonement without compromise is not obsolete.
We must hoist against iniquity.

Life itself has been done.
Social justice is our anticyclones.
Nadirs forms.
Social injustice is intolerable.

What makes life heinousness?
A weapon formed to conquer.
Prosperity is not seen.
Modern today Anabaptists
Social Theorem thinkers

Holistic love in a world of trouble, can we début?
A single-mindedness purpose aimlessly, will tenacity construct?
We have ethically dedicated our lives, will this persevere.
We step-up to the cause of deification, how do we venerate?

Doctrine forms.
Our living becomes complete.
Minds are set to defeat wretchedness.
All-inclusive is the populous.
Individual lives are foremost.

Deny my rite and transgression will define yours.
Your ways within the world will not defeat God’s.
Ethereal, the vision brought forth will bless.
Naked eyes reveal a place in time, 
     an exhibit that binds and blind.

Sectarian movement all about faith to believe in the principality of separation of 
church and state, sentient to the principals of rightful mindedness, which advocates 
a philosophical righteousness that transcends a new school of thought; is doctrine 
     being formed and what is Social Theology?
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PENNED ON JULY 27, 2014!
FORM: ANAPHORA

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