Let's say I'm a farmer in Virginia in 1770. My legal and legitimate government is the King's Governor and colonial house of burgeses. Ultimately, I am still a loyal subject of England and her laws. Upon what biblical grounds, then, could I claim that my government was just "local" and that I could break from England and rebel against the king and his duly appointed "national" government? I've read the "offenses" and "grievences" in the Declaration of Independence to justify rebellion and am missing a bible base. Thanks.