The Answer To Abortion

The Answer To Abortion

As long as people keep ‘praying‘ to human civil government for an end to abortion (and therefore for perverted justice), it will never be abolished. The only thing that can abolish human abortion is for the people to repent of being a part of the bureaucratic political world that exercises authority over the people while promising them benefits.

The true Gospel sets us free from these evils, for they are a judgement upon those who reject God to be their magistrate, finding favor in human rulers to be their false gods. Seeking to enact legislation for any reason, but especially on either side of the abortion debate, is an act of hatred towards your neighbor by the simple fact that you desire the State’s authority to enforce policy onto your neighbor, requiring his bondage through taxation for the system to function. True Christians were already granted a perfect Kingdom at Pentecost in which abortion is abolished and even criminalized without authority exercised over each other. The message of the Gospel to statists and authoritative religion is to repent and to stop wasting your time with the ways of this ‘world‘ and start seeking the kingdom of God instead.

The natural process is this:

Repent and begin preaching the true Gospel. Preach it at the abortion clinics, in the culture of death, on street corners, and even in front of the churches, converting hearts to facilitate the jurisdictional exchange into the Kingdom of Heaven.

Build up said Kingdom of God as prescribed by the Great Commission, teaching and sanctifying new congregants in the perfect law of liberty.

Start coming together in congregating abolitionist societies characterized by service and freewill offerings to love your neighbor as yourself. Begin to keep the weightier matters, including establishing justice through interpersonal accountability.

Be networked together by an existing alternative government of servant and bond-servant ministers, recognizing that the governments of this ‘world’ rest upon the shoulders Satan and take on his image to oppose and lead astray those made in God’s image.

In conclusion, we all are to ‘seek ye first the Kingdom of God and his righteousness‘, and not seek to rule over one another through the legalism of pagan legislation. This message cannot be made any more simple, yet the vast majority of professing Christians get it so wrong.

 And if it seem evil unto you to serve the Lord, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. (Joshua 24:15)



The Beauty of Biblical Womanhood

The Beauty of Biblical Womanhood

The topic of Anarchism is typically associated with rebellion and agitation which drums up feelings of hard-nosed masculinity, power and chaos. It is the inclination of those under ‘a strong delusion‘ to muddy word meanings and make crooked the way to ‘salvation.’

True anarchism, complete in ideology, is not chaotic or exclusively summed up in masculine power, but thrives upon a nurturing, self-sacrificial spirit that is very commonly manifested in women: with wives, and with mothers. Anarchism without assistance does not create or care for a free society. It does not love its neighbor unto a prosperous society. Women are the first vessels of society. Society is born out of a womb of a woman, and without women, there is no society. It has no life. In an anarchist society, a woman’s sacred job rests upon the weightier matters: health, education, and welfare.

Free women, not outsourcing their responsibilities to human civil government, are healthcare practitioners. Experts in chemistry, they are responsible for the nutrition of their families, deft dieticians that nurture and empower society. They are knowledgeable educators, building up future productive members of a free society in matters of arithmetic, history, theology, and various other subjects; the most important subject being ethics. Free women are proficient examples of welfare, sacrificing their lives for the betterment of husbands and children, especially in their illnesses.

The virtue of a free wife includes testing the mettle of her husband, compelling him to rise to the occasion of being a provider, husband, father, and leader. As one flesh, she provides him with the reinforcement towards headship, being a servant to his coverture, meekly attending to the affairs of the family.

Uncommon in modern society, corrupted by the distractions afforded in seeking or relying upon authoritative structures and positions, women endeavoring to be free do not need to exercise authority over their neighbor and usurp the roles of their husbands. They are daughters of a King whose Spirit writes his law on the hearts and minds of other freefolk, freeing them from the need of human rulers and therefore the repercussions of contentious women. The great progress of free women, in addition to the paramount roles of helpmeets and mothers, is that of moral suasion. To declare the King’s decrees and explain his ordinances and to simply call the culture to repent unto his kingdom is authority enough for free women. Even the authority of the Great Commission is ultimately one of nurturing the lost to be proper citizens of God’s Kingdom.

In a worldly, broken society, one characterized by human civil government, women commonly attempt to usurp their husband’s equity, endeavoring to remain separate, legal persons who no longer serve the family, but serve the human civil government through employment, or voluntary indentured servitude. They give up their roles to be the family’s educator, healthcare practitioner, and welfare agent to the corrupted system intrinsic to human civil government, which rely on the forced contributions of the people. They become loud, boisterous, and even masculine, giving up the nature of God for the weaker vessel, and taking up the nature of the Adversary by rejecting the Holy Spirit’s calling.

Read more about Biblical gender roles here.

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The (False) Doctrine of Four Types of Governments

The (False) Doctrine of Four Types of Governments

Modern Christians have replaced true theology with cereal box rhetoric. One example of this is when they categorize all of human interaction into four separate types of ‘government’. Self government, family government, church government, and human civil government.

Self government is tautological. It is basically a description of growing up and maturation and choosing to do good things and make responsible decisions.

Makes sense.

Family government is also a tautology. Your parents have equity over you, practice coverture and graciously let you use their equity while endeavoring to raise you to make good decisions and be a good steward (and practice ‘self government’).

Makes sense.

Church government is a body of men who read some Scripture to you and sing some songs with you and take your money and maybe kick you out of their club if you get voted off of their islands.

Makes no sense.

Human civil government is a body of men who punish you for speeding, send your children off to war, require all of your equity to even function and replace it with fiat currency, and then give you fiat welfare by muscling your neighbor out of their equity.

Makes nonsense.

Realizing that the tautologies aren’t actually governments but organic displays of common sense, there is only one kind of government in a free and righteous society condoned by God. The church is a body of men who serve the families (which are the State, possessing all of the equity, and not themselves governments), and the church redistributes the free will offerings of equity to those who have need, without exercising authority. The government also networks the families together in love and service like a called-out, separated example of Christ’s servant-leadership.

All of this lofty talk about differing but compatible areas of government are hardly extrapolated from Scripture. They are philosophically meaningless and are not the product of deep study. They are what fills the vacuum of the minds of men when they do not actually understand the basic fundamental teachings of Scripture.


Are there Any Anarchist Churches?

Are there Any Anarchist Churches?

People have often asked us if there are any ‘anarchist churches’ for the curious to visit or to attend or to join. After some consideration, these thoughts seem to address the question:

We are under the impression that whenever someone inquires for an ‘anarchist church’, they are asking if there is a denomination or if there is some corporate building with pews and a pulpit and a baptistry and an offering plate where, once a week, they sing hymns that may or may not be about anarchy and listen to sermons that may or may not be about anarchy, and just generally all self-identify philosophically as anarchists, but do not really seek the Kingdom or love their neighbor or live in salty/bright obedience to God and perform Christ’s social and political ordinances. This is the reality of the vast majority of institutions that proudly call themselves churches. They are taking the Lord’s name in vain, by claiming to belong to him while actively doing the will of the enemy by perverting the truths of Scripture into an amalgam of palatable falsehoods that have created an innocuous, liturgical social club. When most people think of the word church, they are imagining whitewashed catacombs on just about every street corner in America.

Just like the ‘religious catacombs’ familiar to the New Testament, Stephen’s sermon from the seventh chapter of Acts should be preached and emulated in front of every church during every religious service until either some semblance of revival arises, or a lot of division is exposed.

‘Ye stiffnecked and uncircumcised in heart and ears, ye do always resist the Holy Ghost: as your fathers did, so do ye. Which of the prophets have not your fathers persecuted? and they have slain them which shewed before of the coming of the Just One; of whom ye have been now the betrayers and murderers: Who have received the law by the disposition of angels, and have not kept it. When they heard these things, they were cut to the heart, and they gnashed on him with their teeth.’


The purpose of the early Christians in assembling together in pure religion to love God and neighbor was to establish a real, literal Kingdom of freefolk who depended on each other out of faith, hope, and charity through the love of Christ so that they did not have to depend each other out of covetousness, social contracts, and taxation. It was about the government of God with its servant-ministers being established as an alternative to the governments of Satan characterized by Benefactors who exercise authority.

In order to establish an ‘anarchist church’ (this is a redundancy, all true churches are anarchist by definition), you must begin to create one with your loved ones, friends, community, and like-minded associates. Begin to serve each other, put each other’s needs first, and start freeing each other from depending on human civil government in matters of health, education, welfare, righteousness, accountability, justice, and mercy. As a Christian endeavor, abolitionists do not incorporate 501c institutions under the authority of the Attorney General, but rather keep their aspirations under Christ alone to be sustained by His Providence.

As a result, we do not have to fundraise in order to keep our non-existent 501c status, which does no honor to God, but blasphemes the name of the one who instructs us to keep ourselves unstained from the world. 501C institutions and the church culture that surrounds them are antithetical to anything remotely Biblical. Anybody entertaining them as legitimate are either confused or are charlatans.

The modern Christians are in need of repentance.

You may want to check out this list to see if there are already professing anarchists in your area who desire to do what the early Christians did. If you do not find one, we highly suggest you remain diligent in creating one anyway.


Know Nothing Among You: A Testimony

Know Nothing Among You: A Testimony

March 1, 2014 turned out to be the last Ash Wednesday I was to identify myself as a practicing Catholic. After having spent months of actively denying that the Catholic worldview was false and full of pagan teachings and superstition, I eventually determined to forsake my preconceptions and simply resolve myself to follow Christ, and follow him as closely that I would know nothing else.

In my efforts to discover the truth, I learned of, tested, and eventually adopted the ideology of Abolitionism. Its tenets effectively lay out how a professing Christian is to actively love their neighbor as commanded in a bright and salty capacity while being surrounded by a culture that hates God. I am grateful for my relationships with my fellow abolitionists and am always sharpened and edified by them.

When a mainstream part of the Abolitionist movement began focusing their attention and efforts into the legislative rat-race, I threw in my own attention and effort with enthusiasm. However, the more I tried to further and aid those projects, and the more I examined those coordinated efforts, the more I realized that my actions and attention reflected a sort of backslide into my pragmatic projects as a Catholic Pro-Lifer. As I wanted to tell myself I was doing these things for purer motives, I could not honestly discern whether these legislative actions were being pursued and carried out for the fanfare and publicity they accrued for the movement, or with the wholehearted intention that they succeed and get codified into human law.

Driven by my motivation to know nothing but Christ, I allowed myself the necessary pause in order to investigate my convictions and discerning how they related to my relationship with Him. I began to study what it really meant to be ‘in the world but not of it’ and how to keep my religion unstained from it. My conclusions crushed me in allowing me to see that I had once again failed by being so easily led astray, by passively following the group, going back the same direction I had come. Shortly after making this realization, I encountered quite a few christian ‘anarchists’ through many contacts within the abolitionist movement, and I was led to experiences in understanding Scripture, including various interpretations of ‘Romans 13‘, each more hermeneutic than my previous presupposition. Ultimately, my conclusions led me to grief for how badly I had failed this mission that I set upon.

However, I did not weep for my failure for my journey has made me know more fully the essence of the Gospel, and compelled me to better understand the implications of Christ’s perfect works on the cross. I am not yet completely sanctified unto the characteristics on the right side of the diagram in this article, but praise God that I am no longer completely characterized by the left side. So on this day, my three year anniversary after intentionally beginning to desperately find out the truth of Christianity and pure religion and obedience, I beseech all of you to examine this information and work out your salvation with fear and trembling.

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The Politics of Christ

The Politics of Christ

‘And you, being dead in your sins and the uncircumcision of your flesh, hath he quickened together with him, having forgiven you all trespasses; Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances that was against us, which was contrary to us, and took it out of the way, nailing it to his cross; And having spoiled principalities and powers, he made a shew of them openly, triumphing over them in it.’ (Colossians 2:13-15)

Christ had good reason to remain apart from politics of His day, for He came to preach a political reality that is as timeless as it is righteous. The message He preached was certainly about government, but a government He would establish on the earth, that would be an alternative jurisdiction for His followers. Jesus’ message was about the government of God that would come to rule the earth through the obedience of His little flock.

When Christ was on trial for His life, Pontius Pilate, the Roman procurator of Judea, asked Jesus about His political aspirations and the implications of his birthright to the throne. Examine the exchange:

“Therefore Pilate entered again into the Praetorium, and summoned Jesus and said to Him, ‘Are You the King of the Jews?’

Jesus answered, ‘Are you saying this on your own initiative, or did others tell you about Me?’

Pilate answered, ‘I am not a Jew, am I? Your own nation and the chief priests delivered You to me; what have You done?’

Jesus answered, ‘My kingdom is not of this world. If My kingdom were of this world, then My servants would be fighting so that I would not be handed over to the Jews; but as it is, My kingdom is not of this realm.’

Therefore Pilate said to Him, ‘So You are a king?’

Jesus answered, ‘You say correctly that I am a king. For this I have been born, and for this I have come into the world, to testify to the truth. Everyone who is of the truth hears My voice.'”

(John 18:33-37)

Even though Jesus was born to be King of Judea, was recognized as the King of Judea by thousands of people, and even taught ordinances while spreading the Gospel of His Kingdom, He told Pilate that He was not interested in modeling His Kingdom after the pattern that Pilate represented for Rome (and many civil societies before and since). The ‘world‘ that Christ very deliberately washed his hands of is translated from the Greek ‘kosmos’ which means ‘an apt and harmonious arrangement or constitution, order, government’. The arrangement, constitution, order, and government of Christ’s Kingdom is incomparable and incompatible with that of Rome.

In spite of the clear message from Scripture that the Kingdom of God is a real kingdom, with a real government, with its own jurisdictions, laws, and civil society, most of Christendom throughout history has believed and taught the opposite. Some say the Kingdom is merely in the hearts of men and a place to go to after death, while others say that the mission of Christianity is to sanctify the governments of ‘this world’ in an attempt to compel a bad tree to produce good fruit.

Yet the Bible teaches that Christ’s Kingdom will successfully and independently become an alternative sanctuary for those with ears to hear (Matthew 13:31-32) and will displace the very foundations and efficacy of the kingdoms of ‘this world’ (Daniel 2:34), both in fulfillment of blotting out the ordinances of worldly governments. Though Christians live in ‘the world’, they are not to be of ‘the world’ (John 17:16). Rather, they are to be like the leaven that infects those in the world rather than remain reclusive. (Matthew 13:33)

According to Scripture, Satan is the ‘god of this age’ (2 Corinthians 4:4), it speaks of the age as being evil (Galatians 1:4), and that all of the earth’s inhabitants have been deceived by Satan (Revelation 12:9). It is no wonder then that Christ was offered jurisdiction over these kingdoms by Satan and refused, thereby retaining His right to rule a Kingdom pleasing to God. Christ failed to compromise His power and reign by putting himself under the authority of Satan, unlike the Pharisees, who eagerly prayed to Rome to secure their political affluence on more than one occasion; most notably under King Hyrcanus II in order to restore Judea to them, and again to depose King Jesus in order to keep it. Because they chose to remain under Satan’s jurisdiction through Rome, they continued to compromise their own kingdom. Because they endeavored to unjustly carry out their regicide, they forfeited themselves from the Kingdom of Heaven and then had to witness it given to a nation that would produce the fruits thereof (Matthew 21:43).

Far removed from the intrigue of history and politics that sheds light on the context of the gospels, there was a time when it was popular to reduce the life of Jesus and His teachings to petty moralism by asking ‘What would Jesus do?’, but the simple fact of the matter is that very few disconnected professing Christians are asking ‘What did Jesus do?’ Did the Father send Jesus into finite, human existence to be born of the virgin Mary, to grow up and start His ministry around the age of thirty and then strive to make the earth a better place in which to live, all through channeling the machines fueled by human political schemes and entanglements, in a yoke of bondage? The answer is found in looking at Jesus’ message. What did He speak about when He drew crowds by the hundreds and thousands? Surely, the politics of Jesus came out then. The Gospel of Mark records some insight:

‘Now after John was put in prison, Jesus came to Galilee, preaching the Gospel of the kingdom of God, and saying, “The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand. Repent, and believe in the Gospel.” (Mark 1:14-15).

The good news that Jesus declared was about a government and a kingdom, neither of them exampled in any of the nations under the Pax Romana. Rather, He told of the Government and Kingdom of God—a government that He would establish on the earth. He admonished those who listened, to repent and be subject to that dominion and civil reality. The historical context of His teachings and actions and the implications of these things have been all but ignored, in favor of personal interpretation and blind and empty traditions. The truth is that Jesus, over and over again, rejected the kingdoms of ‘this world’, taught its ministers to operate in harmony with the Kingdom of Heaven, and instructed His followers to take up their personal responsibility to love God and Neighbor and to keep oneself from being stained by outsourcing those responsibilities to the ‘apt and harmonious arrangement or constitution, order, government’ of Rome and the kingdoms like Rome. The politics of Christ are present all throughout his teachings:

The citizenship of Christians is a practical and jurisdictional one. They belong to Heaven’s government (Philippians 3:20) and are ambassadors to those who belong to the governments of ‘this world’. In fact, Christians are sojourners and pilgrims in the nations of ‘this world’ (Hebrews 11:13). Christians are to be seeking the Kingdom that our King has placed inside of us, by bringing the Gospel into conflict with a culture that is seeking the kingdoms of ‘this world’. We are to keep His commandments to love God and love our neighbors, under the perfect law of liberty. We should be seeking the ways of salty and bright Christianity that evangelizes those trapped in civil bondage and seeks to rescue those being taken away to death. We should be providing an alternative society that is based on faith, hope, and charity, organically networked together, that seeks the good of our neighbors, and even our enemies, through freewill offerings, no strings attached.

Now that we’ve touched on the question ‘What did Jesus do?’ Allow us to endeavor to answer the question ‘What would Jesus do?’ What would He do with the present political environment within the United States? Would He campaign to get His favorite candidate elected? Would He try to reform the United States government, and make America great again? Would He try to pass legislation and criminalize the things that are already illegal in His Kingdom?

Nah. He would still be declaring the same message He originally purposed to preach centuries ago to those with ears to hear. The solution to man’s problems, whether they are spiritual, social, or political, is not to try and reform present governments in spite of their mammon of unrighteousness, or to nationalistically maintain them as our own, but rather to replace them with the Kingdom of God.

The mission of a Christian is to be an ambassador of Jesus Christ—to advance His Kingdom as emissaries of His government. We are expected to not involve ourselves in the politics of pagan governments. Instead, we must submit to the government and laws of the nation in which Christ secured our citizenship (Acts 5:29). If Christians are going to follow Jesus’ example, they will not involve themselves in the rudiments of ‘this world’ and be trapped in its snares. They will be providing a daily ministration for those who are already under the yoke of bondage and seek to bear those burdens. They will seek to aid each other in humbly honoring the covetous contracts and covenants foolishly and slothfully made with the gods and kings and magistrates of ‘this world’, holding up any bargain they once struck with the devil, but refusing to sit at his table of deceitful meats in favor of eating of the bread of Life.

The commission of Christians is to warn those within ‘this world’ of its danger as it runs headlong into destruction exampled in the fall of Rome. It is to help those made in God’s image to change their lives so that they can be a part of God’s Kingdom. Our commission is to proclaim Christ’s message to all nations: The good news is that the Kingdom of God is at hand and that they have a place in it.

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