Of those three existing tools (trespass, burglary, and theft), why is “theft” (and theft by “fraud”) the more likely choice to regulate these new offenses in cyberspace (un-authorized access, changing or deleting data, or denying access) (pp. 14-16)? What are the limitations of using “theft” to prevent “computer misuse” in cyberspace? (pp. 16-30).
keep in mind what happens in cyberspace and consider how the substantive law can (or cannot) properly respond—what sort of substantive law could respond to the new facts of cyberspace? And how does the law actually work?
Nowadays, without the physical presence of Jesus, the demons can act in a more clandestine way. In fact, Paul warns us that it will be like this in the end times (1 Timothy 4: 1-3). The passage tells us that demons will invent false religions close to the truth in order to condemn more people. Some may condemn themselves by directly worshiping a demon, but many will go to hell after religions such as Catholicism. The Bible never instructs us how to identify if someone is demonized. Rather, the demonic possession in the Bible was always obvious. For example, the type of epilepsy suffered by the child in Mark 9 had no origin in something physical, since the father claims that the devil cast him into the water or fire with the intention of killing him (Mark 9:22). It is important to see that Christ never gave us the mandate or the instructions how to expel a demon, that he only gave it to his disciples, Mr 6: 7. Also, in Mark 16: 17-18, the point is not that all believers will drive out demons, nor that all will speak in tongues (Paul affirms that not every believer speaks in tongues, 1 Cor 12: 30) or that everyone will drink deadly things without hurting them, but this is the kind of thing that would happen to believers in general. In addition, there is no gift of expelling demons in the Bible, but the gift of healing is what healed both physical illnesses and spiritual illnesses (Lk 7:21, Acts 5:16). That is to say, if someone does not have the capacity to empty a hospital of all his patients, we know that he does not have the capacity to expel a demon either. The gift of healing existed to authenticate those God used to lay the foundation of the church (Eph 2:20, 2 Cor 12:12, Heb 2: 3-4), that’s why we see such extraordinary miracles in the first century ( Acts 5:15, 19:12). Then, we should not talk to demons. Simply because we do not have that authority. However, in the Bible we see how the person who expelled demons not only addressed them, but talked with them. For example, in the case of man with the legion of demons, first Jesus says, “Get out of this man,” then >GET ANSWER