• ď[The] intimate relation to God to the community accounts for the early history of Judaism as presenting an example of theocracy.Ē -Dictionary of Philosophy and Religion, W.L.Reese

 

  • Theocracy- Government of a state by the immediate direction of God; or the state thus governed. Of this species the Israelites furnished an illustrious [distinguished; renowned] example. The theocracy lasted till the time of Saul.  -American Dictionary of the English Language; Noah Webster 1828

 

  • Theocracy- Government of a state by the immediate direction of God (or by the assumed direction of a supposititious divinity), or the state thus governed. Black's Law Dictionary 6th Ed.; © 1990

 

  • Theocracy- When a people or nation recognize God or a deity as their ruler and the king as Godís representative.  Godís laws form the statute book for the kingdom and these are administered by priests or a religious caste who are perceived as His agents. The Book of RULE, How The World Is Governed, DK © 2004

 

  • Theocracy- 1. a form of government in which a deity is recognized as the supreme ruler.  2. a system of government by priests. 3. a state under a theocracy.  Random House Webster Dictionary; ©  2001

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