As He came in the garb of a labourer with a whip of cords in His hand. ”This passage goes to show how Winstanley talked about authority and was opposed by Biblical references because it talks about how authority should be understood according to God and how theWinstanley wrote: "eeing the common people of England by joynt consent of person and purse have caste out Charles our Norman oppressour, we have by this victory recovered ourselves from under his Norman yoake. ”He affirmed that all men had risen from a base and that God was above them all and should be given the utmost level of respect.
H preached no masters and no slaves and thus, te equality of everyone on the planet. Terefore, h concluded with the abolition of property and aristocracy or authority. Wnstanley stated that all property belonged to a single God and there was no higher authority than that. Tus, tere was no question of any sort of hierarchy where property could be distributed after the death or the passing of the higher guardian. Hwever, i the modern day and age, pople follow passing property from one hand to another as per inheritance or hierarchy; i order from the oldest to the youngest or next in line (male) family members.
H wrote against the Gospels that “in the beginning of time God made the earth. Nt one word was spoken at the beginning that one branch of mankind should rule over another, bt selfish imaginations did set up one man to teach and rule over another. Tis does not stand in tandem with what written in the Gospels earlier, a stated in the beginning of this paper, bcause God was believed to be the supreme authority on whom all property was named after.
Mn were all to be equals and no property was to be distributed among people without His consent. Wnstanley makes a claim against authority stating that God was the highest authority. Hwever, i may be seen that during the inception of theories of the State, Kngs were given the status of God; tis was known as the Divine Rights Theory the Kings of the land assumed powers of God which helped them make sovereign and absolute statements without the fear of being disobeyed by the people of the land.
I this way it could have been understood how property was a part of man despite being of ‘God’s’. Tis led to a great upheaval among the poor strata of society where the masses were not able to live within an equitably beneficial societal structure and thus was...
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