This more accurately reflects...our rights come from our Creator.....
In addition, the term "Creator" does not need to cause a philosophical issue for atheists or agnostics [or anyone else].
This section and
The Declaration specifies "their Creator," meaning that your rights come from whatever it is that you consider to be your Creator. If your belief is that your Creator was biologic reproduction then your rights come to you through that way, by your humanity.
The point of all this, and I believe of the founders, is that this keeps the issuance of inalienable rights out of the hands of government.
are why I wrote
"...wouldn't using the phrase constitutional gaurantees (the inclusive description, that 1 comes before and includes 2) instead of constitutional rights (the exclusive description, that 2 comes before 1 and doesn't acknowledge 1)...."
abstractly. I meant to keep the reader focused on the movement in language, if need be a bump back to my post.
john2k, thank you for the English version, the understandable version. :)
NOTE: I should have said: ...the inclusive description, that 1 comes before 2 and what comprises 1 includes 2....
...that 2 comes before 1 and doesn't acknowledge 1 or what comprises 2 doesn't include 1.
A little complex, maybe confusing too. I wonder if anyone understood what I meant in all that 1-2, 2-1 business. :-/
School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me
Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.
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