The Beauty of Biblical Womanhood

The Beauty of Biblical Womanhood

The topic of Anarchism is typically associated with notions of rebellion and agitation which tend to bring to mind the feelings of hard-nosed masculinity, destructive power and societal chaos. This might have something to do with the fact that is the inclination of those under “a strong delusion” to believe that anarchism is lawlessness, and so they 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 the assistance most easily associated with a feminine or meek spirit does not create or care for a free society. It does not love its neighbor unto a cooperatively prosperous society. However, despite these misconceptions about anarchist philosophy, one thing should be made distinctly clear: 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 free society, a righteous woman’s sacred job rests upon the weightier matters of society, like health, education, and welfare.

Free women, not outsourcing their responsibilities to human civil government fulfill many necessary roles in the support of the family, and therefore the strengthening of society. They are the primary healthcare practitioners in a free world. Experts in chemistry, they are responsible for the nutrition of their families as deft dieticians that nurture and empower society through holistic wellness. They are the primary teachers, knowledgeable educators, building up future productive members of a free society in matters of arithmetic, history, theology, and various other subjects; the most important being ethics and virtue. Free women are proficient examples of welfare, sacrificing their lives for the betterment of husbands and children, expressing the very image of tireless service and diligence.


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

“…the very being or legal existence of the woman is suspended during the marriage, or at least is incorporated and consolidated into that of the husband: under whose wing, protection, and cover, she performs every thing; and is therefore called in our law-French a feme-covert; is said to be covert-baron, or under the protection and influence of her husband, her baron, or lord; and her condition during her marriage is called her coverture. Upon this principle, of a union of person in husband and wife, depend almost all the legal rights, duties, and disabilities, that either of them acquire by the marriage.” (Blackstone [1769])

This notion of coverture is often revealed in Scripture as “covering”, the word being used to refer to delegating authority and receiving protection. Coverture was often expressed through various imagery and metaphors, especially in mentions of clothing. Going out from under delegated authority and its inherent protection was sometimes described as being naked. The New Testament describes the covering a man has over his wife idiomatically as long hair, and uses the metaphor of short hair to describe a woman without a lawful covering, calling it a shame unto her. The reason why man had lawful representation over his wife in a patriarchal free society was to serve as a protection over the weaker vessel, to manage the affairs of their estate, and to be lawfully regarded as both leader and provider of the family. When this political relationship was compromised, society was in danger of no longer being free.

“And they twain shall be one flesh: so then they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder.” (Mark 10:8-9)

“Husband and Wife are considered one person in law.” (Coke, Litt. 112; Jenk. Cent. Cas. 27.)

“A wife is not her own mistress, but is under the power of her husband.” (Coke, 3d Inst. 108.)

“All things which are the wife’s belong to the husband.” (Coke, Litt. 299.)

Uncommon in modern society, which is corrupted by the distractions afforded in seeking or relying upon bureaucratic authoritative structures and positions, women endeavoring to be free have no need to exercise authority over their neighbors or usurp the roles of their husbands. This is because they are already daughters of a King whose Spirit writes his law on the hearts and minds of other freemen after having freed them from the need of human rulers and therefore the repercussions of contentious women who seek to use sinful society to exercise bureaucratic authority. The great progress of free women, in addition to the paramount roles of helpmeets and mothers, is that of moral suasion. To declare their 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 this Great Commission is ultimately one of encouragement: 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 rather 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. In giving up God for the civil authority of false gods, they are given over to a reprobate mind where they tend to become loud, boisterous, and even endeavor to be 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. In an effort to become equal with men, they find an equal share with them in bondage, completely dissolving the family unit in a deathblow of selfish ambition.

However, the Son of God who re-rights the wrong order of society sets repentant women free of their former covetous ambitions and restores them to the liberty inherent in a righteous society built from the bottom up by righteous gender roles, does so by His Gospel which maintains the power, not only to restore common sense to women who have been given over to a debased mind in chasing idolatrous political endeavors, but also restores the people to their original glory of being made in God’s image, which excercises true dominion over the earth instead of each other.

Read more about Biblical gender roles here.

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Why be Evangelical?

Why be Evangelical?

As the first tenet of Abolitionist ideology, we understand the importance of preaching the Kingdom of Heaven at hand, hoping to persuade men unto repentance and faith so that they may partake in the congregations of the Lord.

To be evANGELical is to be God’s “messenger, envoy, one who is sent, an angel, a messenger from God”. The Great Commission, though mostly ignored and twisted by professing Christians today, is a perfect example of what it means to be evangelical.

“And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth. Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.” (Matthew 28:18-20)

Any consistent approach to liberty will be one that honors God’s order of creation and pays homage to the truths with which he has blessed us. In discussing the civil bondage that man makes for himself and his neighbor can only be regarded through a lens of sin and repentance and how they relate to judgment and faith. The lofty discussions about human civil government, political action, taxation, non-aggression principles, and any other bulwark against liberty must be from a Biblical worldview and a Christian perspective. This is because human civil government is a sin issue and the road to liberty is a repentance issue, characterized by obedience to God.


The concept of Liberty, to most, is a pretty idea that is applicable to anybody who likes pretty ideas, and can be distilled from any worldview, background, or walk of life, tacked on or accessorized to be compatible with most presuppositions, and shared by peoples of incompatible lifestyles, beliefs and opinions. Most who like the idea of liberty are willing to be yoked together under a big tent, displaying common banners like libertarianism, voluntaryism, minarchism, anarcho-whatever, or any other house divided against itself, covered up by false unity. Inclusivity invites ideological dissimilitude or worse: ideological laziness. Molding the idea of Liberty into a common cause and rallying point of agreement invites treating it like a hobby or an emotional support group that agrees on one myopic facet of one pretty idea, though not on how the idea should be implemented, nor even on why it is an important idea in the first place. This sort of covering up of division in favor of a common cause is necessary to fabricate a self-righteous perception of having “strength in numbers” and statistical comfort in the herd. But because the symptoms of ideological division are suppressed, this behavior demands the self-destruction of infighting among the ranks and being subject to divide-and-conquer strategies from those who share a homogenized worldview in favor of corrupting tyranny and manipulative oppression.

Surely there are those who would accuse abolitionists of being “gatekeepers” under some larger umbrella concept of a “liberty movement” because they present an uncompromising, ideologically-driven framework by which liberty must be understood. However, the fact is that the gate already exists. Scripture says that the gate is narrow, and that the path that leads to the gate is itself, not only narrow, but winding and difficult. It is just the abolitionist’s prerogative to make straight this way of salvation, to walk it, and to preach its exclusive efficacy for the Kingdom of God and its exclusive provision of a free society. Liberty is the reward only for those who obey the King of freemen and carry their crosses by which to make each other free. The narrow path to the narrow gate is exclusive to those who chose to repent of the sins that have led them into bondage, including turning back from walking the incrementalist broad path towards the wide gate in “the name of liberty” without recognizing they were actually walking in the opposite direction of liberty. Only the Gospel of the Kingdom of God can liberate man from the dominion of man, and only Jesus Christ is the political savior worthy of devotion and honor. This means that, while liberty is meant for everybody, not everybody is meant for liberty.


This is not to say that humanists and secularists are unable recognize the wickedness of being mastered by their fellow man. Surely God making upright, those made in his image still gives those who reject him the ability to recognize common sense truth, but the fact is that they cannot account for that truth and have no ideological framework on which to interpret it. This is also why it is the rejection of God which leads men to recognize the truths of liberty but wholly reject them in order to form the bonds of human civil government. When men no longer desire to be ruled by God, He gives them up to a debased mind. When they have a debased mind, they will fail to keep his commands. When they fail to keep his commands, they soon disregard social virtues, fail in keeping the Sabbath, dishonor their fathers and mothers, and eventually chase after other gods for provision and protection, which will enslave them into the Egyptian bondage that we all find ourselves in today.

It has exclusively been on behalf of God’s nature and desires for his creation that famous men in the Bible have liberated their neighbors from bondage or warned them against the dangers of rejecting God from their worldviews. Abraham rescued civil citizens from the yokes of Ur and Haran. Moses liberated the Israelites from the covenants they made with EgyptGideon refuses the voice of the people to have him rule over them. Samuel refuses to give the people a king, then warns them of the consequences for their sin. Nehemiah makes friends of the unrighteous mammon, then secures the freedom of the Israelites and moves them away from human rulers. John the Baptist condemned the political bondage of the Pharisees to Herod and Caesar while overseeing the conversion of many into a kingdom of freemen. Jesus Christ himself refused to subject that kingdom to the Pax Romana and established a nation for freefolk who keep his perfect law of liberty.

Even though the subjects of bondage and liberty can be over-complicated and muddied from secular points of view by economists, political affiliates, and humanistic presuppositions, they ultimately and firmly rest on two theological propositions:

  1. The imago Dei gives man a certain nobility that, when maintained, prevents him from being ruled over by other men. When God gave to Mankind the Dominion Mandate, establishing his prerogative to subdue the earth, fellow image bearers of God were not included in that subjugation.
  2. The God-man himself, stepped down into the darkness of human civil society to establish a kingdom in order to liberate man from the dominion of man, including the sins that lead them into that bondage. Jesus Christ, the king of Judea, became like us in all things, humbling his sovereignty in order to provide an example for his disciples to follow while having a name for which they can make appeal in order to live as free souls under God. Read more about this here.

All Must Be Told

The reason why worldviews in competition with Christianity cannot consistently provide a framework for a free society is because they invariably presuppose the validity of the principles that necessitate a free society while simultaneously rejecting the very foundation for those principles. The worldview of the humanists, “atheists,” nihilists, and postmodernists contain the tenets of subjective morality, exclusive materialism or naturalism, and the idea that all beliefs must rely on observational evidence in order to be valid. The reasons for all of these tenets are intrinsically related, and that is because they each conveniently rule out the possibility of the existence of the God of the Bible in a childish pretense of forcing their debate opponents to intellectually disarm themselves in a sort of philosophical socialism. They attempt to penalize Christians for the natural advantage that their worldview affords them in contrast to the slothful and covetous worldview of those who reject the existence of God. This is only one reason why (we will use a general term) “modern atheism” is directly related to socialism. It insists upon professing Christians disqualifying their own worldview in order to operate on an even playing field with the pseudo-worldview of professing atheists.

Professing atheists tend to claim that the reason that morality is subjective (while also ejaculating that “the God of the Bible is immoral“) is because, they might say “nothing has value apart from a subject to value it, all value judgments are subjective.” However, the real motivation behind this tenet is more along the lines that, if there were a source of objective morality that established right from wrong for all mankind, then they would necessarily have to deal with the conviction and shame of rebelling against that standard. Pretending that morality is subjective (even while hypocritically declaring liberty to be an objectively good notion) is the integrous equivalent of a petulant child pretending to not hear his mother’s scolding over his deliberate misbehavior. The tenet is nothing more than the practice of putting their fingers in their ears and their head in the sand. However, there is one sense in that morality is subjective: Either it is subjected to the arbiter of the objective standards for morality (a just and righteous God), or it is subjected to the debased mind that a just and righteous God gives men over to when they refuse to be ruled by Him. In the case of the latter subjugation, those men invariably eventually are themselves subjected to the false gods of human civil government who promise to reflect the “subjective morality” of the majority of the people through democracy, but always just tend to reflect the end results of such a worldview: corrupted, tyrannical, covetous, violent, and oppressive. Man cannot be good without God. Those who try, raise up men to be gods over them. The beliefs of professing atheists contradict their worldview, more often than not. They will habitually and incessantly make claims about morality. Some right. Most wrong. They may express condemnation over a pedophile or a rapist, citing that “consent” should be the standard for sexual acts. And while they are mostly correct in that assertion (they would also wrongly assert that voluntary intercourse in the exclusive context of matrimony between two polarized genders is not the standard) they cannot account for that standard without appealing to some ultimately arbitrary presupposition. They know right from wrong, often lie about that knowledge, and do not know why they have that knowledge.

Professing atheists also tend to claim that the reason why naturalism is the superior worldview is because it automatically discounts “magical skydaddies who grant wishes and perform miracles and demand your blind belief” and asserts that “only natural and physical processes such as evolutionism operate in the universe and account for all of existence” or something to that effect. The actual reason why professing atheists must reduce themselves to a materialistic worldview is because the existence an immaterial Creator who is not contingent to the Universe would require their acknowledgment and a complete overhaul of their lifestyles to conform to His majesty and power. It is much more convenient to dismiss this reality in order to commit to their selfish lifestyles and self-will. The irony of the kind of debased mind that asserts that the world is naturalistic and that God does not exist is that it also presupposes and takes for granted concepts that it cannot account for. In order to elevate the scientific method, professing atheists presuppose truth while rejecting the idea that absolute truth exists. This is because the material world is always changing or “evolving” and if truth is materialistic then it must also be subject to change. This does not prevent them from ever making truth claims in their hypocrisy, however, even though they cannot account for truth in a materialistic worldview where entropy is the dominating force. Professing atheists do tend to imagine themselves to be logical, but do not assert that logic is universal to all men, but, like morality, is relative. This necessarily means that they must consistently believe that contradictions in logic are acceptable, or that logic can change, or that it is made of matter, but you will be hard-pressed to find one that will admit it. Because that would mean they could never rely on logic in any meaningful way and that their entire worldview is simultaneously logical and illogical from moment to moment and from person to person because then reality would have to be subjective and they would have no reason not to imagine themselves to be lost in an absurd twilight of confusion with no substantial meaning or conceivable purpose. All the same, they refuse to admit that logic is universal, unchanging, and immaterial because they would have to try to account for these factors without appealing to a universal, unchanging and immaterial God which is impossible and self-refuting. No doubt, most of them are more willing to admit that they could be programs in the Matrix, nothing more than a disembodied brain in a vat running simulations, or a floating port-a-potty in space dreaming of their everyday lives, than they are willing to repent, come to their senses and admit that God must exist and that they are just more comfortable pretending that He doesn’t so they can think and act how they desire.

Lastly, professing atheists assert that the reason why only observational evidence is an acceptable standard for truth claims is that Christians believe in the “god of the gaps.” The more scientific study that occurs, the fewer gaps there are, the less reason one has to put their blind faith in the existence of God. “I only believe in something if the evidence supports it.” Naturally, the real reason should be obvious. If God is immaterial because he is spirit, then resorting to a tenet of exclusively observational evidence of physical criteria would conveniently rule out God’s existence by narrowly defining it to exclude him. In essence, “God does not exist because he does not fit into the arbitrary rules I have made to examine the universe because I do not want him to exist.” So, while on the surface the ideas that: all beliefs must be supported by observational evidence, and that beliefs that contradict observational evidence cannot be tolerated, appear to be rational and logical, they are anything but. Professing atheists must have ultimate standards for determining the validity of evidence for their beliefs, and no doubt they would appeal to whether the evidences have been falsified by other observers, but ultimately they must appeal to their own reasoning to determine whether those conclusions are valid. And what do they appeal to in order to determine that their reasoning is valid to make that determination? Their own reasoning, of course. A worldview contingent upon entirely observational evidence is necessarily tautological and absurd for the same reason subjective reasoning is both the crux and the condemnation of a godless worldview. When the reason why you know something is true is because you trust your own powers of reasoning, then you are ultimately only ever supporting yourself with yourself. What you believe is valid because you say so because you say so because you say so… The irony is that everybody intrinsically knows that God exists.

The professing Christian, equipped with the integrity to assert that an immaterial, unchanging, and universal God who is not contingent upon the physical universe (which has a point of origin that cannot be observationally evident, by definition) exists, has a starting point to consistently recognize truth, and morality, and logic, and reason. That necessarily includes recognizing that only the truth claims found in the Bible are consistent and ultimate. Not just with itself in a logical framework to understand various physical sciences, from cosmology, to archeology, to molecular biology, to history, but also to understand political science and why men go under the civil authority of ruling men, how to get them out again, and just what makes mankind special enough to be eligible for that kind of redemption.

A materialistic worldview cannot account for these things without being entirely arbitrary and literally whimsical. Only a Christian worldview has the ability and integrity not to just consistently prescribe a righteous and free society, or condemn an unrighteous and enslaved society, or actively liberate man from the dominion of man, but it also expresses the reason why those who reject God as their authority, find themselves under the dominion of Benefactors who exercise authority.

For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold [suppress] the truth in unrighteousness; Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them. For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:

Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened. Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools, And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things. Wherefore God also gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves:

Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature [man-made institutions] more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen.” (Romans 1:18-25)

All of scripture either describes and warns against the way to bondage and death or prescribes and instructs the way to liberty and life. These are not just hyperspiritual concepts that have little to no impact in this life. The jurisdiction of Heaven is not just a place awaiting dead men or some second coming of Christ. Hell is not just a punitive reality for unrepentant, deceased sinners. These paths are taken while you are alive and their destinations are likewise experienced by the living; their choices  in this life determining their ultimate fate after determining their present jurisdiction.

And this is why the topics of bondage and liberty are concerned with the Gospel of God, which must be preached, not out of man’s wisdom which so often perverts the truth and makes victims out of sinners, but from the perspective of God who desires that every man repent before he be redeemed unto liberty and new life.

“For though we walk in the flesh, we do not war after the flesh: (For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds) Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ; And having in a readiness to revenge all disobedience, when your obedience is fulfilled.” (2 Corinthians 10:3-6)


The Incarnation of Christ

The Incarnation of Christ

The Almighty Creator of all things, in order to be reconciled to the lost jewel of that creation, once sloughed off the boons of His divinity, and miraculously tabernacled himself into a carnal existence to become like mankind in all things, in order to redeem mankind, the pride of the universe, from their self-willed machinations and the spiritual and civil bondage into which those machinations led them. The Son of God, whose divine existence had not even been limited to the cosmological jurisdiction of Space-Time, humbled himself to become the Son of Man and subjected himself to navigate the carnal minutiae surrounding authoritative socio-political jurisdictions, in order to conquer them in the servile gambit of sacrifice, never compromising his role as the mortified God-man and bondservant-King.

This event, foretold by thousands of years of prophecy, was not met without the tell-tale premeditated murder contingent on the corruption inherent to human authority. Whenever God sends a great liberator into the world’s great empires, their great emperors indiscriminately resort to child sacrifice, murdering newborns to secure their own reign over the people. Jewish history intimates that Nimrod desired the death of Abraham who was predicted to challenge his authority and redeem souls to be freemen under God. Abraham forsakes the benefits of nobility, liberates his countrymen, and goes from kingdom to kingdom, rescuing others from human bondage. One of the Egyptian Pharaohs (maybe Ramses II or, more likely, Thutmose III) had his reign secured as an infant when his father attempted to drown every newborn child in Egypt. Saved from this fate, Moses abandons the wealth and power owed to him through adoption into Pharaoh’s house, and redeems the Israelites from their corvee citizenship under Egypt’s civil authority. Consistent with the nature of political power, the Massacre of the Innocents, commanded by Herod the Great, was meant to undo the incarnation of Israel’s veritable King, whose parents escaped Herod’s decree by fleeing to Egypt, ironically. That King did grow up to forsake the material and political benefits of royalty in order to lead the Israelites, and all of mankind, out from the world systems that necessitate human rulers. The incarnation of Jesus is the death knell to all claimants to human civil authority.

“And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed. (And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria.) And all went to be taxed, every one into his own city. And Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, into Judaea, unto the city of David, which is called Bethlehem; (because he was of the house and lineage of David:) To be taxed with Mary his espoused wife, being great with child. And so it was, that, while they were there, the days were accomplished that she should be delivered. And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger; because there was no room for them in the inn.” (Luke 2:1-7)

For the 25th anniversary of the reign of Caesar Augustus, Joseph and Mary were recalled by a dream to Bethlehem in time for the celebrations honoring the emperor of Rome by naming him the Father of the Country or Pater Patriae, and to enroll themselves in the special census that was decreed for the event. The tax in question was a head or poll tax assessed against each male which also acted as a draft record. This sort of fealty to Commander-in-Chiefs would later be proscribed by Christ who instructs us to “call no man Father,” forbidding His followers from making men our rulers, providers, and protectors (roles belonging to our natural fathers) by subjecting ourselves to the administrations of human civil government.

“The year 2 B.C. marked the 25th anniversary of Caesar Augustus’s rule and the 750th anniversary of the founding of Rome. Huge celebrations were planned. The whole empire was at peace. The doors of the temple of Janus were closed for only the third time in Roman history. To honor their emperor, the people were to rise as one and name him pater patriae, or Father of the Country. This enrollment, described in the Book of Luke, which brought Joseph and Mary to Bethlehem, has always been a mystery since no regular census occurred at this time. But the pater patriae enrollment fits perfectly.” (The Star of Bethlehem by Crag Chester, Imprimis D 96 Hillsdale College)

Common to our privileged ideas about wealth and poverty, it is easy to assume that only the poorest persons would give birth in a manger attached to an inn. However, common to the Hebrew lifestyle, especially during the customs during the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot), the people would be prepared for lodgings with their own temporary and nomadic shelters or tabernacles (sukkah) commonly used to dwell in the fields for the final harvest of the agricultural year and to commemorate the Israelites going into the wilderness during the Exodus to be free souls under God after He had harvested them from the fields of Egypt, separating them from its tares. Contrasted against this culture of subsistence and self-reliance, only the wealthy and privileged would even consider the luxury of going to an inn for lodging and only the most prestigious inns would have a separate structure in which to house animals. These notions correspond to the idea that Jesus Christ was born to a wealthy family from a regal lineage, making him the rightful king of Judea by birthright. It is important to recognize that there is a legitimately human kingship to Christ’s incarnation in order to understand that He has a legitimately human kingdom whose nature contrasts and is the antidote to that of every other kingdom. If Jesus has a divine and lawful right to rule Judea, but charitably gives up his estate in order to sustain the people rather than live at their expense by taxation, then He is a different kind of king than those of the world.

“He hath filled the hungry with good things; and the rich he hath sent empty away.” (Luke 1:53)

“For ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that, though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, that ye through his poverty might be rich.” (2 Corinthians 8:9)

“So likewise, whosoever he be of you that forsaketh not all that he hath, he cannot be my disciple.” (Luke 14:33)

When Christ began his ministry to redeem his Judean Kingdom from centuries of usurpation by human kings, the Sanhedrin and its subjugation to the Pax Romana, he was sure to be baptized into the Kingdom of the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. This baptism reflects a publicly visible confirmation of citizenship into His own free society, to the exclusion of all other kingdoms of this world, especially the one provided by Herod Antipas, brother to Archelaus. Herod commissioned his own ceremony of baptism for anyone who desired to be enrolled into his New Deal of Corban which promised government benefits in exchange for fealty and taxation, making him the false god over his subject citizens. Christ’s refusal to fraternize with the nations of this world by subjecting His reign to them is the most basic, fundamental aspect of what we call Christianity. Understanding the sin of serving magistrates and rendering unto “Caesar” that which is God’s, through applying for social welfare or by making compacts, contracts, and covenants with them, shows us that Christ chose to rather be the savior of the people and see them baptized into His Kingdom rather than into the New World Order provided by Rome. The Pharisees, however, had no scruples against partaking in the economic prosperity, political influence, or the religious freedom provided by the Roman “Benefactors who exercised authority” over the people.


These Pharisees (and Scribes), in their corruption, were eager to accumulate personal wealth through Corbantemple taxes and money-changing. This sort of perversion of Moses’ Seat inspired our servant-king to ceremoniously fire the federal employees of the Temple of Jerusalem, terminating their lucrative positions and taking the Kingdom away from them, to give it to those servant ministers who would produce its fruits. Since David, it was the exclusive right of the King of Jerusalem to dismiss the porters of the temple but the right of the people to elect ones who would best serve them. When He turns over the tables of the moneychangers to the people with his regal string whip, Christ is turning over this corrupted government over to those who would remain servants of the people. Because the Law of God was to be written on their hearts and minds, they were prevented from aspiring to become legislators, congressmen, and heads of State, thereby securing their religion to remain pure and undefiled.

After removing them from their lucrative income and positions of financial power, the embittered and acrimonious religious leaders of Judea would then appeal to the magistrate of Rome to conspire with them to commit regicide against Christ and thereby squash his growing Kingdom. Christ could have appealed to Rome himself to investigate his legitimate claim to the throne of Judea, and that imperialist Empire undoubtedly would have found his claim to the throne to be true and supportable, but this would have irresponsibly placed whatever political and jurisdictional victory that he would have won under the dominion of the authority-exercising Benefactors to which he had made his appeal. History attests to this fact, as exampled by the Hasmoneans, who were installed and backed by Rome at the insistence of the Pharisees, giving the Roman Empire a vested political interest over the Jews. As we know, Christ chose not to go the way of the pagan, or the way Israel did all throughout their own history, exchanging their freedoms and responsibilities for the lethargic outsourcing of those things, which is contingent on captivity. Rather, He subjected himself to the “higher power” of God and thus fulfilled the perfect law of liberty. He was unjustly put to death, both as an innocent man and as the rightful King of Judea and of His Creation. But, in the gambit of self-sacrifice, he secured to himself all men who would obey his commandments and seek to become free souls under God, thereby winning for all of his Ambassadors the Kingdom for which they are anticipating.

It is fundamental to recognize that Jesus is the incarnate God of the Universe, because only God has a prior right to rule mankind and be its King. All other rulers, Scripture attests, are false gods and a righteous people do not make covenants with them, nor do they serve them as their masters, nor belong to their kingdoms.

“In an old Hebrew vocabulary, by William Robertson of Edinburgh, Eloah is rendered God; while some, it is said ‘not without ground, interpret it to signify properly a judge (from Alah to swear,) because it belongs to a judge by his office to bind others by oaths; and hence the name is attributed to God; as the greatest and most glorious judge of all the world; thus Ps. 82: 1. Elohim (God) judgeth among the Elohim (gods or judges), who are called gods, i. e. judges because they represent God upon earth, as his deputed ministers and officers among men…”

“Meaning of Elohim and Theos…inferred that the being or beings referred to by that name, were supposed to possess qualities and attributes which led their votaries or dependents to worship and revere them. Hence, he says, it was applied to kings, magistrates, judges, and others to whom reverence is shown, and which are regarded as representatives of the Deity upon earth…”

“The Jewish grammarians, conceiving that the word Elohim is used in Scripture for men in power and authority, particularly for judges, connect this sense with the root Alah to swear, by observing that it is the particular office and prerogative of judges and magistrates to administer oaths. This power they make the first principle of judicature or magistracy… Hence they say Elohim signified judges or magistrates generally, and by pre-eminence God; as the first of all judges, to whom all other judges are subordinate, and from whom they derive their authority…”

Elohim: “…appears to be attributed in a lower sense to angels, &c. — Kings who have greater power than their subjects: magistrates who have greater power than those who come before them to obtain decision of their suits and application of the laws; and princes or men of rank, whether in office or not, who possess power and influence by their wealth”. (The Proper Mode of Rendering the Word God in translating the Sacred Scriptures into the Chinese Language, Walter Henry Medhurs, the Mission Press 1848)

“It (Elohim) should seem to be second in dignity only to the name Jehovah: — as that name imports the essential being of the Divinity, so Elohim seems to import the power inherent in Deity ; or the manifestation of that power on its relative subjects.” (Calmet’s Dictionary of the Bible, edited by Charles Taylor, Vol. I. page 484)

The only person fit to rule mankind is its Creator. The Bible truth is that the Creator sought to humanize himself in order to share in the temptations and plight of all men and be an example to them of a better way to live, then to sacrifice himself for them and redeem them unto His Kingdom. To be adopted into Christ’s Kingdom means to forsake all other kingdoms, and to become a royal priesthood that serves each other through a generous love that sets them free from the bondage of this world, teaching them to forsake the rudiments of the tree that bears no good fruit. The Gospel necessarily plucks men from these jurisdictions of man that lead to damnation and places them in the jurisdiction of God that leads to life.

It is the birth, life, ministry, death, resurrection, and work of Christ that make it possible for those who endeavor to become free men to have a living and reigning king to justify seeking the kingdom of liberty that he provided. It is for this reason why his incarnation serves as one of the two theological principles that warrants and demands our action and message.


The Ideology of Abolitionism

FeaturedThe Ideology of Abolitionism

The word “ergon” appears 169 times in the Bible.

ERGON. Strong’s Number: 2041 ~ἔργον~  from a primary (but obsolete) ergo (to work)

  1. business, employment, that which any one is occupied
    1. that which one undertakes to do, enterprise, undertaking
  2. any product whatever, any thing accomplished by hand, art, industry, or mind
  3. an act, deed, thing done: the idea of working is emphasised in opposition to that which is less than work

Of those 169 instances, “ergon” is translated “works” or “work” 96 times, and “deeds” or “deed” 65 times. Because Abolitionism is a natural outworking of Biblical values, it is necessary to calculate this word in a Scriptural context. From the book of James: “For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also.”


In addition to endeavoring to maintain a consistent orthodoxy and doctrinal stance towards understanding Scripture, Abolitionists also rely heavily on applying that scripture in their daily lives through a principled orthopraxy (works) towards Abolition which is properly defined and repeated by abolitionists of human bondage: the liberation of man from the dominion of man

“…from the thraldom of self, from the government of brute force, from the bondage of sin—and bringing [people] under the dominion of God, the control of an inward spirit, the government of the law of love, and into the obedience and liberty of Christ.” (William Lloyd Garrison. The Liberator1837.)

“Henry C. Wright stated the ruling principle even more clearly: ‘God, and God alone, has a right of dominion over man; and he has never delegated this right to another… Men, women or children never should be subjected, in any kind or degree, to the will of man… A desire to hold dominion over man is rebellion against God… The moment a man claims a right to control the will of a fellow human being by physical force, he is at heart a slaveholder.'” (American Nonviolence: The History of an Idea. Ira Chernus.)

These principles and ideas are included in the core message of the Bible because, as John Wycliffe so accurately stated, the “Bible is for the Government of the People, by the People, and for the People.” Because the message of Scripture repeatedly expresses the moral opinion that man’s dominion over man is a sinful and deleterious concept, and that mankind was created to be free souls under God, then it is necessary that Scripture also conveys a practical approach and ideological framework in order to propagate and enact this moral opinion. It is the beacon of Abolitionism that professes to possess this ideology, and this is so that abolitionists can remain morally upright as we confront a lost and dying culture in bondage and endeavor to secure lost sheep to the Kingdom of Heaven so that they may become those free souls under God. In other words, Abolitionists recognize five principles from Scripture that guide their works, or ERGON:

Abolitionists are Evangelical. This is not to say that Abolitionists subscribe to the movement of evangelicalism, but rather are evangelists, relying on a Biblical worldview and by the power of God’s Spirit in order to make their remonstrance towards a lost and sinful people. Their apologetic is not one of humanism or secularism. Their attempts at moral suasion are decidedly Christian, like the early apostles who preached to the public in the synagogues and marketplaces that the Kingdom of God is at hand. They preach repentance from sin, recognizing that sin is what leads us to bondage.

Abolitionists are Reliant on Providence. Because the Creator of the Universe blesses a virtuous people who endeavor to be ruled by God’s spirit, our actions must reflect stark obedience, wholly rejecting the morally-suspended pragmatism of those who believe that the ends justify the means, or that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few. Abolitionists must operate righteously, having graceful speech seasoned with salt, walking by faith and not by their own understanding. Duty is ours. The results belong to God. (Psalm 20:7, Psalm 33:16-22, Isaiah 33:1)

Abolitionists are Gospel-Centered. Men cannot rescue themselves from bondage, but must be delivered by a Redeemer who chose to purchase them by laying down his life for those who denied him. This is the good news for all of those who choose to repent and believe on Jesus the Christ, claiming no king or master but him. Without the Gospel, there would be no foundation on which to untangle the machinations of men against their own liberty, nor would there be a means to forsake the rudiments of the world in favor of the Bread of Life.

Abolition is the Obligation of every professing Christian. Every soul that recognizes God as his creator and giver of laws has a duty to make manifest his ordination to be salt and light, preaching repentance among every civil institution of man to the ends of the earth, baptizing the repentant unto the Kingdom of God, and discipling them to hate evil and to love good, expose the unfruitful works of darkness, and to demolish arguments raised up against the knowledge of the truth. Every believer has a role to play and a work to do. Loving your neighbor as yourself means holding them back as they stumble towards the slaughter.

Hyperbolically, abolition must happen Now. The immediatism of repentance is diametrically opposed to the incremental slippery slope characterized by the gradual nature of increasing sin and bondage. Mere belief in the salvific teachings of Christ while remaining apathetic and lukewarm about your obligation to seek His Kingdom and live out those teachings is the essence of having faith without works. It is the essence of death, suppressing the truth in unrighteousness in the Valley of Dry Bones. Additionally, the Biblical injunction towards immediatism is contradicted by the compromising, deal-making, approaches of the worldly-minded characterized by “incrementalism”. Incrementalism looks for ways to “take what we can get” in regards to liberty. It may look like Constitutionalism, and endeavor to hold magistrates to the standard of some interpretation of the Constitution, regarding some perceived infraction or policy as “unconstitutional” and seeking to restore our quality of life to the intentions pursued by the framers of a piece of paper. Incrementalism may also look like enthusiasm for “States’ Rights”, where political power is to be shifted from the central authority of the United States Government to the individual states, creating not just one Benefactor who exercises authority, but fifty. Of course, the abolition of human archism cannot be applied by incrementalist schemes of men that rely on compromising with the idea of ruling over each other in order that a little perceived liberty can be obtained. Abolitionists recognize this compromise as short-sighted faithlessness that competes directly with the plan of salvation that Christ the King established for his faithful followers. Incrementalism can only ever further entrench bondage in a culture of bondage, while having a deceitful illusion of progress. Much like hitting rubber with a hammer, or running on a treadmill. Incrementalism mistakes motion for action, which results in death for someone struggling against the quagmire and quicksand of human civil government.


In applying these five principles, Abolitionists further their ideology and the cause of Christ by using two modes:

Agitation is the destruction of speculations, the undermining of misinformation, the awakening of the apathetic, and the unsettling of the indifferent. The tepid, putrid waters of a lethargic culture must be agitated in order to stir up the comfortable indiscretions and expose the filthy idolatry in the hearts and minds of men. The unfruitful works of darkness must be brought to the surface, so that new life can be introduced by way of the Gospel of God.

Assistance is the provision of an alternative Kingdom to the bureaucracies of man. Abolitionists seek to love their neighbor as themselves and lay down their lives for their friends. In providing a daily ministration to care for the least of these, adopting fatherless, cursed children into the family of God, and ministering to the widows in true and undefiled religion, Abolitionists seek to take back their responsibilities towards social virtues in order to build a networked adhocracy that lasts from generation to generation.

“…wherever it took shape, abolitionism was both a meditation and a movement: a meditation on “big ideas” about freedom and equality and a complex movement of people, organizations, and events designed to bring those ideas to fruition. Abolitionism was a social movement—an activist struggle akin to the twentieth-century civil rights movement—that focused on political and social agitation.” (Abolitionism: A Very Short Introduction. Richard S. Newman)


Birth Control, Statism, and Ireland’s Referendum

Birth Control, Statism, and Ireland’s Referendum

It is the essence of both ageism and statism to describe the fact that Ireland’s civil government is moving away from civil prohibition against murdering fetal image bearers of God as some sort of great increase of wickedness and sin. Consider the fact that surgical abortion (the practice in question) only makes up a tiny demographic of the ongoing abortion holocaust is greatly eclipsed by practices like In Vitro Fertilization and Hormonal birth control, both of which have been extremely influential in exterminating the Irish population for decades.

IVF and hormonal contraception kill more prenatal children every year than surgical abortion ever will, and pretending to be outraged that the State gives some kind of meaningless license to its pagan citizens to extend that infanticide to include surgical abortion is nothing short of ageism.


More importantly, to imaginatively place culpability in the hands of Ireland’s civil government, as if it were lawgiver and judge, is to elevate it into the position of god, which is definitively nothing short of Statism. And that is exactly what the magistrates of Ireland are: false gods, as they are Benefactors who exercise authority, not unlike every magistrate in human history. And they only use social angst to fuel their schemes and manipulate the wanton public.

Governments of human civil society know they can oppress the people and withhold civil privileges, but once they give the people one thing they want, the people conveniently forget about all of that oppression and all of that withholding and are satisfied in their cathartic “victory”—a sort of hitting rubber with a hammer. An illusion of progress. Incrementalism. This same exact tactic, not only works with “legalizing abortion,” but also, say, lowering gas prices, giving away tax refunds, incorporating homosexual relationships into their civil marriage schemes, and a million other expressions of lip-service to the people.

This power play is used indiscriminately with both low-hanging sin, like abortion and homosexual union, and with pragmatic “righteousness”, like the criminalization of social ills like abortion and homosexual union.

As an historical example, Abraham Lincoln, an American god, did not “abolish” slavery because he had a moral conversion against the ownership of human beings. He “abolished” slavery to preserve and further his political career and exercise his power and dominion over the American people. In his own words, he set out against chattel slavery because:

“If I could save the union without freeing any slaves I would do it; and if I could save it by freeing all the slaves I would do it; and if I could save it by freeing some and leaving others alone I would also do that.” (Letter from Abraham Lincoln to Horace Greeley.)

American chattel slavery was just a tool in authoritative political pursuit. False gods find tools in any and every popular social topic, just like abortion is just a tool, just like same-sex marriage is just a tool.

The only thing that can be done is to organically change public opinion about social topics through the preaching of repentance and revival and living according to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This is the only way to give righteousness a foothold, primarily in the political establishment of God’s kingdom, but secondarily as a political motivation for wicked governments that are of, by, and for selfish, godless, oppressive, manipulative, and withholding men. They are just willing to use whatever tools you will give them. All in spite of their existence, as duly rejected by God’s people.

You can seek the kingdom of Ireland by legitimizing the sovereignty of its courts over the people, or you can seek the Kingdom of Heaven by calling the people to repent of placing their equity, faith and souls under the power of false gods and their attempts at dictating justice and morality, and seek to take back their personal responsibility to perform justice and love their neighbors as themselves, all under God’s sole jurisdiction in Christ’s kingdom.

The Kingdom of Ireland has always been on the broad path to destruction, including the literal destruction of children. The Kingdom of God is on the narrow path that leads to life, including the life-giving staple of un-outsourced personal responsibility.


Honor the Military?

Honor the Military?

When people tell me that I should “honor the military” because American troops are guaranteeing my freedom, dying for my liberties, and allowing me the right to express whatever opinion I want, these are the thoughts that come to mnd:

The last war fought on American soil was the Civil War. The last time America was invaded was during the War of 1812. If the liberties of this nation have ever been in question since then, it has not been from foreign aggressors. Besides, this nation can no longer afford me anything. Not liberty. Not freedom of speech. Nothing. The American nation, like most every other nation on the planet is in fiscal and moral bankruptcy. This might probably have something to do with excessive spending in sending armed forces overseas to die for some opiate farms and some oil for business tycoons, all the while our real liberties are being squandered away by our own sloth, covetousness and bureaucratic oppression. The draft has even been expanded to cover both sexes in order to compound this reality.

Enduring Freedom
Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers conduct a satellite patrol through a poppy field in Marjah, Afghanistan, April 17, 2012. The ANA took part in a five day partnered operation to erect Patrol Base Sledgehammer Four and disrupt insurgent activity in the area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. David A. Perez/Released)

So why are American troops really dying? It is not for my freedom. They are dying simply because “all who hate God love death.” The majority of recruits are lost, scared teenagers with little to no direction in life, nor do they have any healthy motivation or identity, due to the fact that they went to public schools, which is due to the fact that both of their parents were full-time employees and could not be there to raise them, which is due to the fact that everybody is in debt, which is due to the fact that everybody is in civil bondage. So, because the parents cannot be around to give their children direction or provide them with a structured worldview, these kids go to where they think they can get direction, structure and even “free” college, housing and maturity: the military, where, if they do not end up dead, they very well likely end up becoming drug-addicted, alcoholic, abusive rapists and degenerates of society who are rewarded with token free shots of alcohol at bars and entitled discounts everywhere else, just because they are enlisted. They have lost their common sense.

American troops do not die for me. They do not die for you. They do not die even for themselves. They die for bureaucrats who consider us all to be expendable property as a recompense for having been wicked our whole lives, coveting our neighbor’s goods, being slothful, and making idols out of death, destruction, and damnation. They die to maintain the status quo, which is slavery. They died for the same reason we all die. Because we hate God and we love false gods. The purpose of American imperialism is to spread the collective debt that is the United States economy onto a global marketplace of debt by redistributing its debt notes. This only stymies the inevitable economic collapse of the United States so that its citizens can continue coveting each other’s goods, and selling their children into civil bondage for tax benefits. Without unjust wars, the American people would either have to learn to live more justly or expire in the collapse of their own injustice.

“And Samuel told all the words of the LORD unto the people that asked of him a king. And he said, This will be the manner of the king that shall reign over you: He will take your sons, and appoint them for himself, for his chariots, and to be his horsemen; and some shall run before his chariots. And he will appoint him captains over thousands, and captains over fifties; and will set them to ear his ground, and to reap his harvest, and to make his instruments of war, and instruments of his chariots…” (1 Samuel 8:10-12)

Military Samuel
Photo by Sgt. Brandon Moreno, 1st Armored Division Public Affairs A sea of 2nd Brigade Soldier salutes fills Baumholder’s Minick Field during the 1st Armored Division’s 2nd Brigade uncasing ceremony June 5.

It does not seem like I get anything at all out of that deal. No freedom. No honor. Nothing. Welcome to the American Dream. But there is good news. God established an alternative society that is worthy of honor because it does offer true liberty established by the voluntary bloodshed of its ruler in order to redeem poor sinners who have been entangled into socialist and militaristic bondage. This precedence is extremely important when contrasting the Kingdom of God (characterized by voluntary self-sacrifice) against the bloodthirsty kingdoms of the world (characterized by compelled human sacrifices).

In an attempt to politicize lip service to lofty ideals, false god Abraham Lincoln, in his Gettysburg Address, gives patriotic sentiment for the dead soldiers that he had press-ganged into his imperialist military. He had sacrificed their lives so “that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth“. The government he is speaking of, naturally, is the authoritative United States government that willingly sacrificed the lives of more American combatants (not to mention civilians) during the Civil War than any other American-involved war combined. What should be addressed is that his sentiment is unashamedly plagiarized from a prologue by John Wycliffe in 1384 AD before being martyred on behalf of his convictions regarding human liberty: “The Bible is for the Government of the People, by the People, and for the People.

Which sentiment is true? Which government is in the best interest of “the People”? The magistrates of the United States model of government pragmatically sacrifice the lives of their people in bloodshed, in order to preserve their authority at all costs, completely disregarding their professed principles in the process: “If I could save the union without freeing any slaves I would do it; and if I could save it by freeing all the slaves I would do it; and if I could save it by freeing some and leaving others alone I would also do that.” (Letter from Abraham Lincoln to Horace Greeley.) The magistrate of the Biblical model of government voluntarily sacrifices himself for his people by unduly submitting himself to the bloodlust of the United States model of government, not to maintain some authoritative power, but to sincerely serve the best interests of his people in a gambit of laying down his own life as a ransom for slaves:

“If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.” (John 8:36)

“It was for freedom that Christ set us free; therefore keep standing firm and do not be subject again to a yoke of slavery.” (Galatian 5:1)


The Gospel of Men Unto Damnation

The Gospel of Men Unto Damnation

“We must elect good men into office.”

This is the gospel of men who presuppose themselves to be good men and have good desires, whether on the left or the right, or who identify with Libertarianism or with Communism or with Reconstructionism.

“We must elect good men into office.”

This is the gospel of everyone who has voted, presupposing that the voters of other men were bad men with bad desires, whether on the left or the right, or who identify with Libertarianism or with Communism or with Reconstructionism.

By the only standard of goodness that matters: that of Jesus Christ, the good King of a good kingdom, full of men who want to be good, good men do not run for office and good men do not elect men into office because desiring Benefactors who exercise authority is an objectively bad thing for the exact same reason why men are dissatisfied with their current Benefactors who exercise authority and want to elect different men to rule over their neighbor so they can be satisfied.

Men desire to be ruled over by other men. They love it. They need it. The anarchistic Gospel of God is not foremost one of eradicating ignorance with education, but one of chasing away the cobwebs of fear and unrighteousness in dead, dusty, hardened hearts. It is not a lack of knowledge that must be overcome, but the willful sin that darkens and debases men’s minds.


You see, men need their feudalism to feel safe from the unknown, protected from personal failure, insured against invasion or natural disaster, and justified in their sloth and apathy that creates and sustains kingdoms that produce civil slavery and hardened hearts.

Men need constitutions to bind them to the fate of their neighbor, contracting them together in mutual surety for collective debt, walking by sight of guaranteed civil provision, instead of by the faith of God’s Providence; forcing one another to be responsible for each other’s fiat prosperity, enslaving each other for their mutual want of forced benefits: those sacrifices with the blood of struggle in them.

Men need rulers to perform their social virtues for them through a bureaucratic Corban, taking care of their neighbor through social welfare schemes and government services in their sloth, and taking care of themselves through the application of benefits in their covetousness. Men want to be able to break the Sabbath, resting now to work it off later, borrowing against the future so they can fail to even pay back the interest of their debt, much less the principle.

They need to eat at the tables and banks of rulers, wiping their mouths, saying they have done no wrong, pretending as though they did not just take a bite out of their fellows slaves. Men are chained to that table by their own rejection of God and the personal responsibilities that come with His Gospel of Freemen under righteousness. Men reject the opportunity to walk by faith in an adhocracy of freewill association, taking care of each other through exclusive charity instead of taxation, and praying for daily bread through hope, instead of socialist entitlement.


This is not so much an ignorance issue as it is a conflict of interest issue, because when the ignorance is confronted and the light is revealed, the men in bondage often scurry back into the darkness, defending the protection of their cage, safeguarding their illusions of statism more desperately than their illusions over any other thing, even including the subjects of abortion and apathy towards abortion. They are as tenacious as ancient Israel, chasing after the dainties of Pharaoh or other foreign gods, rejecting God’s Providence, and binding themselves by social contracts rather than by love.

The hearts of men are full of hatred, cowardice, sloth, and covetousness. Likewise, it leads them into the civil traps that God has always called slavery, leading to their own destruction, damnation, and economic collapse. Try and educate those hearts about the alternative Kingdom of Heaven that liberates man from the dominion of man and, being unregenerate, they will play dead as is custom in the Valley of Dry Bones. But some may see their error, come alive and begin loving their neighbor as themselves, walking in repentance, and seek the literal, jurisdictional, alternative Kingdom that is built upon the rock and bound together in love, forgiveness, and life and lasts from generation to generation.

Bankrupt bureaucracies are installed by Christless men as a by-product of the socialism in their hearts, but they are also used by God to bring judgement onto those same depraved men through the heavy legal and financial burdens of governments in debt.

“For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the sword in vain: for he is the minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evilWherefore ye must needs be subject, not only for wrath, but also for conscience sake. For for this cause pay ye tribute also: for they are God’s ministers, attending continually upon this very thing.” (Romans 13:4-6)

Electing men into authoritative office is a wicked work. Scripture says so everywhere. One defining characteristic of authoritative office is that it invariably institutes taxation to even function. In this way, authoritative office is a terror to wicked works. This is why you pay taxes, to teach you to cry out to God in repentance. Your judgment for creating institutions is that they compel your forced contributions and then use it to exercise authority over you. This system providentially functions as an effective ouroboros, being its own destruction, enslaving the very people who create it and live by its sword. This is both the birth and death of socialist societies. The beginning and the end of the pragmatism of institutionalism. This principle is described all over scripture:

“Let their table become a snare before them: and that which should have been for their welfare, let it become a trap.” (Psalms 69:22)

“My son, if sinners entice thee, consent thou not. If they say, Come with us, let us lay wait for bloodlet us lurk privily for the innocent without cause: Let us swallow them up alive as the grave; and whole, as those that go down into the pit: We shall find all precious substance, we shall fill our houses with spoil: Cast in thy lot among us; let us all have one purseMy son, walk not thou in the way with them; refrain thy foot from their path: For their feet run to evil, and make haste to shed blood. Surely in vain the net is spread in the sight of any bird. And they lay wait for their own blood; they lurk privily for their own lives. So are the ways of every one that is greedy of gain; which taketh away the life of the owners thereof.” (Proverbs 1:10-19)

Satan actually desires that “good men” be elected into civil office. This is because nicolaitans who take the name “Christian” in vain and profess all of the good-sounding, churchy positions while still playing Benefactor who exercises authority and is therefore entirely socialist in principle, will do so much more to lead the people astray, possibly deceive the very elect, promote the strong delusion, and lead the great falling away from the faith than someone who is an openly wicked tyrant by the standards of churchians. Relatively “good” men in office do so much more to further the kingdoms of darkness by deception and enticement than relatively “bad men.” These men are strategically necessary to steal away the faith of the people in the Kingdom of God and place it into the kingdoms of Satan.

And yet, the idea that magistrates are objectively beneficial to society is a common one in churchian dogma, and many false teachers have compounded this confusion into dead tradition. John Calvin, one of the biggest influencers of anti-biblical instruction on modern “christianity” has a lot to say on the subject, in direct contradiction to scripture:

“The magistrate is the protector and guardian of the laws; the laws are that by which the magistrate governs; and the people are those who are governed by the laws and obey the magistrate.”

“Accordingly, no one ought to doubt that civil authority is a calling, not only holy and lawful before God, but also the most sacred and by far the most honourable of all callings in the whole life of mortal man.”

“…for they (magistrates) have not ascended by their own power into this high station, but have been placed there by the Lord’s hand… The reason why we ought to be subject to magistrates is because they are constituted by God’s ordination. For since it pleases God thus to govern the world, he who attempts to invert the order of God, and thus to resist God himself, despises his power; since to despise the providence of him who is the founder of civil power, is to carry on war with him. Understand further, that powers are from God… because he has appointed them for the legitimate and just government of the world.”

“…obedience is due to all who rule, because they have been raised to that honour not by chance, but by God’s providence.”

“And, indeed, the depravity of men is not a reason why God’s ordinance should not be loved. Accordingly, seeing that God appointed magistrates and princes for the preservation of mankind, however much they fall short of the divine appointment, still we must not on that account cease to love what belongs to God, and to desire that it may remain in force. That is the reason why believers, in whatever country they live, must not only obey the laws and the government of the magistrates, but likewise in their prayers supplicate God for their salvation.” (Gleason, R. John Calvin and Civil Government. Christian Library.)


Clearly hundreds of years of twisted scripture have enabled the modern pretense at Christianity to condone and justify that which the early christians called sinful abomination. As they warned, false christs continue to make merchandise of the people by professing to “improve” society, but only lead them further into bondage through sloth and covetousness. Policies concerning welfare , perverted “justice,” and even their own salaries are all based on covetousness, civil bondage, and the sloth of the people. Human civil government practices public religion and cannot, by definition, practice pure and undefiled religion. The former is the broad way that leads to destruction, fortified by Satan’s men. The latter is the narrow way that leads to salvation and is fortified by men of a different kingdom and government.

Do not put your faith in false gods, human rulers, fathers of the earth, and Benefactors who exercise authority. Be good men. Obey the gospel of good men. Repent, for the Kingdom of God is at hand; the Kingdom that does not depend on taxation or Benefactors who exercise authority, but depends solely on charity redistributed by pastors who do not exercise authority, but serve the people in a way that emulates their good King, binding them by their voluntary servanthood, in a kingdom bound in voluntary faith, hope, and love.


The Kosmos of Heaven vs The Kosmos of Rome

The Kosmos of Heaven vs The Kosmos of Rome

The difference between Godly civil government and human civil government is that God instituted one while men, in rebellion to God, form the other through sloth, through covetousness, through contracts, compacts, covenants, and constitutions, or through some combination of the lot.

The difference between Godly civil government and human civil government is not based on the appearance of civil government mimicking some cursory reading of the Laws of God. The difference is not based on fulfilling some reconstructionist or theonomic agenda to invade the power centers in some cycle of abuse no different than the plot to George Orwell’s novel, Animal Farm.

The difference between Godly civil government and human civil government is whether or not it has Benefactors who exercise authority, Fathers of the Earth, false gods (judges, rulers and magistrates); or whether it has benefactors who do not exercise authority but become bondservants in redistributing the freewill offerings of the people who have real equity and allodium rather than legal titles found in human civil government. Commonly known as pastors, shepherds, and ministers.

The Government of God

The difference between Godly civil government and human civil government is that God institutes one for men who want to be free souls under God, not slothful or covetous, but diligent and charitable in a New Testament networked adhocracy.

The difference between Godly civil government and human civil government is that God allows one as a punishment for the evil doer who refuses to keep God’s commands and instead sells his brother into corvee bondage for benefits and bureaucracy transacted for the reciprocal justice of, as the Apostle Paul puts it, taxation.

The difference between Godly civil government and human civil government is simply the details surrounding its apt, harmonious arrangement, constitution, order, or structure. One is a bottom-up endeavor that returns every man to his family and property, liberating man from the dominion of man, while one is top-down in its ecclesiology, making merchandise of men in a collective surety for debt, complete with fiat currency in national economies.

The difference between Godly civil government and human civil government is that one is on the narrow road that leads to life, liberty, and the pursuit of private property through obeying the Gospel of God in pure religion, while one is on the broad path that leads to destruction, economic collapse, and damnation through obeying the Gospel of Caesar in cannibalistic public religion.

Seek first the Kingdom of Godly civil government.


Anarchism is Lawlessness?

Anarchism is Lawlessness?

It is the plea of the faithless to describe anarchism as lawlessness, professing the need of the magistrate to be the last bulwark between society and chaos.

And yet, the golden age of ancient Israel is described as “every man did what was right in his own eyes.” Every man was king in his own home, maintaining the very dominion that God prescribed at the beginning. This is only possible if God rules every man individually. Anarchism does not indicate lawlessness. It necessitates that the law of God be written on the hearts and minds of those who take the personal responsibility to be God’s living stones, unhewn together by the social contracts and bureaucracy of human civil government, and thereby loving their neighbor as themselves.

Those who need magistrates to maintain order confess their own fears and faults, walk by sight, and rely on the providence of some false god. Most importantly, they enjoy his spoils extracted from the toil of his neighbor: whether it be through welfare, healthcare, protection, or “justice.” They mirror the sluggish and selfish Israelites at the end of their prosperity, tiring of the responsibility inherent in dominion: “give us a king to rule over us.”

Civil law stems from Babylon and is inquisitorial, encouraging and requiring the state’s violation of one’s freedom of conscience. This ever-present trait arises from the Babylonian system’s dependence upon the priest’s judicial power to examine its subjects in the Babylonian deity’s name. In theory, the Babylonian deity, using various names worldwide and personified in the state or its demagogue, invested his priests with the power to examine the consciences of devotees by whatever means necessary, granting absolution or condemnation according to their imperious pleasure. By entrusting themselves to a totalitarian state, the Babylonian settlers established statism.” (Brent Allan Winters. Excellence of the Common Law: Compared and Contrasted with Civil Law in Light of History, Nature and Scripture)

It is the faithless such as these who try to take the Kingdom by force and make it suffer violence, and it is these who have the Kingdom taken from them, and given to those who would produce the fruits thereof: the anarchists who demand no benefactors who exercise authority, but desire to serve their neighbor in matters of welfare, healthcare, protection and justice, not hewn together in some bureaucratic corral, but stacked upon each other in the adhocracy bound together in faith, by hope, and through charity in accordance with the message of the Gospel.

People who hate God will seek to do the bare minimum to get by, to appear good, and to fly under the radar and thereby “wash the outside of the cup.” This is why Christ instructs us to love our neighbor as ourselves and “wash the inside of the cup.” If we are to seek his Kingdom, to the exclusion of all others, then we must learn to put forth our maximum effort on our neighbor’s behalf and give the best portion of our sacrifice for his well-being.


While “the laws of nature are unchangeable” (Branch, Princ.; Oliver Forms, 56.), civil law is the law men establish for themselves. Likewise, while “The law (jus) is the rule of right; and whatever is contrary to the rule of right is an injury” (3 Bulstr. 313.), “human laws (lex, leges) are born, live, and die.” (7 Coke, 25) This is the fundamental difference between “lawful” and “legal” despite the majority of people equivocating the two. The governments of the world only require that you comply with their regulations and anaerobic rules. This does not teach you to be virtuous and holy, but merely to be compliant and therefore complacent. This is also why their laws are ever increasingly numerous while being proportionately ineffective at making their citizens moral. “The more corrupt the state, the more numerous the laws.” (Publius Tacitus) This is legalism that professes to be lawful. This is what it means to wash the outside of the cup. This is true lawlessness, because it is a rejection of God’s Law, which makes men free, as an institution of man-made laws, which does the opposite. This will be explained shortly.

It is important to express that civil laws are definitively unlawful, as they contradict and compete with the natural Law of God, which keeps men free from the yoke of civil bondage. They are established exclusively by the false gods of every branch of government: the legislation of legislatures, the regulations and decrees of executives, and even the binding precedents of judges and juries. But, for all of their civil authority, their legalism only applies to the idolaters who make covenants with false gods and willingly subject themselves under their authority, again going against the Law of God. “That which bars those who have contracted will bar their successors also” (Di. 50.17.29.), which means that “The contract makes the law” (22 Wend. N.Y. 215,223.) not only for those who make the covenants with pagan gods, but their children as well. This notion is expressed in scripture, as well as history:

“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children.” (Hosea 4:6)

“The civil law reduces the unwilling freedman to his original slavery; but the laws of the Angloes judge once manumitted as ever after free.” (Co. Litt. 137.)

Civil law is bondage and sin leads to bondage. It is reducible to “contract law” for the same reason why God tells the His people to not make covenants with other gods. As we have written elsewhere: [This] includes the enforcement of those contracts created by vows, and by applying for legal citizenshiplegal titles to property and legal relationships to community.

The kind of law that Christ came to abolish is the kind that hardens your heart to your neighbor in order to wash the outside of the cup, leading you to death by bringing you into bondage. The kind of Law that Christ came to fulfill is the kind that gets written on your heart, washes you from the inside out, and gives you genuine love for your neighbor that sets you both free to live within the Kingdom of God which leads to life.

“There is in fact a true law – namely right reason – which is in accordance with nature, applies to all men, and is unchangeable and eternal. By its commands this law summons men to the performance of their duties. By its prohibitions, it restrains them from doing wrong. Its commands and prohibitions always influence good men, but are without effect upon the bad.

To invalidate this law of human legislation is never morally right, nor is it permissible ever to restrict its operation, and to annul it is impossible. Neither the Senate nor the people can absolve us from our obligation to obey this law, and it requires no Sextus Aelms to expound and interpret it. It will not lay down one rule at Rome and another at Athens, nor will it be one rule today and another tomorrow.

But there will be one law, eternal and unchangeable, binding at all times and upon all peoples; and there will be, as it were, one common master and ruler of mankind, namely God, who is the author of this law, its interpreter, and its sponsor. The man who will not obey it will abandon his better self, and, in denying the true nature of a man will thereby suffer the severest of penalties, though he has escaped all the other consequences which men call punishments.” (Marco Tullius Cicero)

Jesus the Christ, servant-king of Judea came to show us this better way to live, and died to secure it for us from all other kingdoms. Anarchism is a return to God’s Law and a redemption from the lawlessness of civil legalism, maintained by pagan gods who seek to usurp God’s authority by competing with Him for sovereignty of His creation. Repent therefore, for the Kingdom of God is at hand. Believe on the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and you may be saved unto lawful living from lawless idolatry.


The State is the Problem. Not the Solution

The State is the Problem. Not the Solution

There are those who would accuse abolitionists of desiring to allow child sacrifice to run rampant and unchecked in American culture just because those anarchists condemn the idolatry of choosing human rulers to overtake the responsibility of regulating abortion at the expense (legal burdens/taxation) of the people.

Naturally, they are pragmatists who are blinded by their lust for political power. They fail to see that abortion is actually the greatest symptom of a society that has been given over to reprobate minds by the need to reject God’s common sense, in replacing him with the legislated morality of false gods. It is a symptom that is greater than even the chattel slavery of the 19th Century. It is greater than even homosexuality, even though this is the primary example that the apostle Paul gives as a symptom of trusting in civil magistrates. When man no longer desires to be ruled by God in his heart and mind, God gives him over to be ruled by men who play god.

Even though abortion and even homosexuality were just as common in Christ’s day as they are in ours, the Gospel preached by Jesus Christ and the early Christians is almost exclusively focused on proscribing the need for magistrates to rule over the people which inherently takes taxes to occur. His message explained that sin begets sin begets sin. Idolatry (trusting in magistrates) and covetousness (receiving welfare and “justice” at the expense of your neighbor’s labor) and sloth (failing to provide for your family to prevent them from turning to Egypt during times of famine) begets bondage (social contracts, taxation, heavy legal burdens) which begets, through collective license and democracy, sins like homosexuality and abortion (not needing a strong family because you have a strong civil bureaucracy to provide for you through fiat currency and civil infrastructure makes children and hetero-procreation expendable.)

Couple these two realities with the fact that the Israelites described Pharaoh’s provision for them during their sloth in the face of famine as a “good thing” even though it meant their slavery.

These ideas joined together makes the “good” that magistrates do little more than the same pragmatism that abolitionists are used to condemning pro-lifers over. Do evil so that good may come? The road to hell is paved with such logic.


To more pointedly address the concern for having “good” lesser magistrates to stymie the federal beast: federal government, like all human civil government is meant to be a tyranny. Its purpose by God is to make you cry out in judgment for putting your faith in it to begin with. Sin leads you to bondage. Taxation is justice. Tyrants are your sin coming home to roost. And nothing can redeem you unless Christ provides a kingdom through His Gospel, and your repentance unto it is rewarded.

Any good that false gods (magistrates) do is in spite of themselves, and Satan has every right and ability to use it to further your bondage and the bondage of your peers. And he will. Because you need to learn to cry out to God, and not some governor, for redemption.

TheSwordThe real solution for unchecked evils is a grassroots approach, conceived by preaching holiness and practicing the ministry of reconciliation. The notion of personal responsibility to love one’s neighbor through freewill endeavors sum up most of the commands of Christ, and it is only those kinds of endeavors that Christ intends to bless. This is what it means to know God.

“Shalt thou reign, because thou closest thyself in cedar? did not thy father eat and drink, and do judgment and justice, and then it was well with him? He judged the cause of the poor and needy; then it was well with him: was not this to know me? saith the Lord. But thine eyes and thine heart are not but for thy covetousness, and for to shed innocent blood, and for oppression, and for violence, to do it.” (Jeremiah 22:15-17)

The lesson to be learned here is not that it is necessary to raise up human rulers to do justice and be charitable to the poor, because then it would be impossible for Israel to have done justice and love mercy during the hundreds of years before raising up a king of their own to rule over them. While it may not be impossible to keep the weightier matters while having titular rulers, the lesson to be learned here is that power corrupts and that it certainly becomes a lot easier to corrupt society in its entirety after electing men into office over it and outsourcing society’s responsibilities to their civil institutions.

Scripture often refers to the cycle of taxation and providing taxpayer services as “shedding blood,” because taking your neighbor’s rights to his livelihood means taking away his life. By enjoying the fruits of another’s labor by force, you drink his blood. Only offerings that are given up willingly are those that contain none of the blood that comes with living by the sword of human institutionalism.

This is to say that societies characterized by human civil government have a part to play. For all of their self-destructive and fiscally bankrupt maladies, they efficiently serve as colonies for moral lepers who are too unrighteous and unrepentant to participate in free societies. For example, because free societies are founded upon the family unit as their primary political parties, anything that fails to preserve the prosperity of the family is incompatible with a free society. This unequivocally includes abortion. Social virtues and community ethics, when abandoned, express a need for the community to shun the wrongdoer from their networks of voluntary charity. As a result, those who murder their own offspring will find themselves without a support group, and must subject themselves again to the yoke of bondage experienced by every unrepentant person: as civil citizens under human civil government. In this way, civil society, complete with its oppressive bureaucracies and death penalties, become self-made prisons for those who reject the higher liberty contingent upon the personal responsibilities of free societies. Those who murder their children, or otherwise break God’s Law, are able to experience a divine justice of being cast out from the Kingdom of God, only to be received by the tyranny of false gods who exact legalistic revenge on those who go out from God’s presence.

“For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evil. Wilt thou then not be afraid of the power? do that which is good, and thou shalt have praise of the same: For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the sword in vain: for he is the minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil.” (Romans 13:3-4)

Good people with strong families have no fear of the rule of governments because governments are a vengeance upon bad people who weaken the integrity of the family through sin: covetousness, sloth, and bloodlust.

And so, while human civil government necessarily hardens the hearts of its citizens and compels them to discard common sense righteousness and partake in heinous sins and activity, it also serves as a recompense for those who discard righteousness and partake in heinous sins and activity. It is the quintessential ouroboros, the snake eating its own tail in perpetual self-destruction and divine justice upon its own wickedness.

The real solution to both abortion and statism is the same: Repent, for the Kingdom of God is at hand. Its presence can set captives free from the effects of their civil bondage, and teach them to love their children in self-sacrificial enthusiasm.