Manifest Destiny Biblically

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There are two opposing ways to understand Manifest Destiny, humanistically or biblically. 'Manifest Destiny ' is the belief, during the 19th century, that the Anglo-Saxon Americans ' destiny was to cultivate and build institutions across The Northern American Continent. Humanisticaly, 'Manifest Destiny ' brought pride, the vice of superior race into public policy. This was used as an excuse to war against people of other races, something that isn 't in keeping a Godly position. The Christians saw America as a new promised land. Their attitude, therefore, was primarily biblical, to establish God 's law, and to live under his triune dominion. Biblically, 'Manifest Destiny ' brought in humility, the virtue of humble service into public
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