Definition of Slander
The secret is in this passage
Creation does not consider the rank or status/esteem of a person. Creation considers only the truth. Vicious lies are slander.
23:1 When the Pharisees held counsel as to how they could catch
Jmmanuel in his speech, they sent to him their followers, including
23:2 Then they spoke, "Master, we know that you are truthful, teach the
law properly and do not consider the rank of a person, because you
do not respect people's esteem but only the laws of God and Creation.
23:3 "Therefore, tell us your opinion. Is it right to pay tax unto Caesar, or
is it not?"
23:4 But Jmmanuel sensed their malice and said, "You hypocrites, of what
low mentality are you to want to temp me in such a sick manner?
23:5 "Show me a tax coin so that I can heal you from your sick stupidity."
And they gave him a coin.
23:6 He said to them, "Whose image and whose inscription are on this
23:7 They replied, "They are the emperor's."
23:8 He then said to them, "Therefore, give to Caesar the things that are
Caesar's, and give to God the things that are God's, and give to
Creation the things that are Creation's.
23:9 "Yet beware and know that God and the emperor are people above
whom is the omnipotence of Creation to which you must give the
23:10 "for although God and the emperor are indeed rulers over the human
races and the peoples, above them stands Creation as the highest
powre on which they depend, just as does each human being and all
23:11 They heard this with astonishment, left him alone and went away..