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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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, wrapped up in obedience to God.

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, 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 been on behalf of God’s nature and the 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 Egypt. Gideon 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.
  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 of scripture either describes and warns against the way to bondage and death or prescribes and points to 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 determining ultimate fate.

And this is why the subjects 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.

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The Incarnation of Christ

The Incarnation of Christ

The almighty creator of all things once tabernacled himself into a limited flesh-and-bone existence to become like mankind in order to redeem mankind, the pride of all his creation, from their own machinations and corruptions of his original intended purpose for that flesh and bone. The Son of God, whose divine existence was not even limited to the jurisdiction of Space-Time, became the Son of Man and subjected himself to human ideas about socio-political jurisdictions, in order to navigate them in perfection and to conquer them in the gambit of sacrifice, never compromising his role as the humbled God-man and servant-King.

He was conceived into the house of David both in accordance with the flesh through his mother’s lineage, and in accordance with the law through adoption by his legal father’s lineage. Before he was born, he skirted the Massacre of the Innocents, decreed by the ethnarch Herod Archelaus who recognized Christ as the prophesied, rightful King over the lands allotted to Archelaus by the imperialism of Rome under Caesar Augustus, and therefore threatening the hard-won political and social dominion won by Archelaus’ father, Herod the Great. Mary and Joseph had fled with Christ to Egypt, one of the most significant nations in Israel’s history where God’s people, ever the unfaithful fornicators, subjected themselves under the jurisdiction of Pharaoh who promised to feed them and house them and give them religious liberty if they subjected themselves to Pharaoh’s laws of the land and decrees such as federal taxes and injunctions to abort their children at the time of Moses’ birth. It is fitting that Christ must flee the land where He came to play savior to the people and revisits the land where Moses played savior to the people.

For the 25th anniversary of the reign of Caesar Augustus, Joseph and Mary were recalled to Bethlehem for the celebrations honoring the emperor by naming him the Father of the Country (pater patriae) and to enroll themselves in the special census that was decreed. This sort of fealty to Commander-in-Chiefs would later be proscribed by Christ who instructs us to ‘call no man Father’.

‘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.

When Christ began his ministry to redeem his usurped Judean Kingdom, he was sure to be baptized into the Kingdom of the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob to the exclusion of all other kingdoms of this world, especially the one provided by Herod Antipas, brother to Archelaus. This refusal to fraternize with or throw his citizenship into the nations of this world 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 social welfare or compacts, contracts, and covenants, Christ chose to rather be the savior of the people and see them baptized into his Kingdom rather than the New Deal provided by Herod or 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 ‘Benefactors who exercised authority’ over flesh and bone.

These Pharisees (and Scribes) were quick to accumulate wealth through Corbantemple taxes and money-changing, inspiring our servant-king to fire temple employees, driving them out and take the Kingdom away from those who would have political affiliation with governments ordained by men and who, in the spirit of reconstruction, would call this affiliation ‘the Kingdom of Heaven.’ Christ would then give this government to those who would remain servants of the people because the law of God written on their hearts prevented them from aspiring to become legislators, congressmen, and heads of State, thereby securing their religion to remain pure and undefiled.

These religious leaders would then appeal to the magistrate, to Rome, to kill Christ and squash his growing Kingdom. Christ could have appealed to Rome to investigate his legitimate claim to the throne of Judea, and they undoubtedly would have found his claim to be true and supportable, but this would have irresponsibly placed whatever political and jurisdictional victory won under the dominion of the authority-exercising Benefactors to which he made appeal. History, as exampled by the Hasmoneans, would surely have been repeated. Instead Christ chose, not to go the way of the pagan, or the way Israel did all throughout history, exchanging their freedoms and responsibilities for the outsourcing lethargy of captivity, but subjected himself to the ‘higher power’ 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 His Creation. But, in the gambit of sacrifice, he secured to himself all those who would obey his commandments and remain free souls under God, thereby winning for all his Ambassadors the Kingdom for which they are anticipating.

To be adopted into Christ’s Kingdom means to forsake all other kingdoms, becoming a royal priesthood that serves mankind through generous love that sets them free from the bondage of this world, teaching them to forsake the rudiments of the tree that bears no fruit. The Gospel necessarily plucks men from these jurisdictions of men that lead to damnation and places them in the jurisdiction of God that leads to life.

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

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The Ideology of Abolitionism

The 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)

Definition
  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 opp. 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.

In addition to endeavoring to maintain a consistent orthodoxy and doctrinal stance towards understanding Scripture, Abolitionists also rely heavily on applying scripture in their daily lives through a principled orthopraxy towards abolition: the liberation of man from the dominion of man. This is so that we 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 be 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.

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Man Loves His Cage

Man Loves His Cage

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 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, 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 used by God to bring judgement on those depraved men through the heavy legal and financial burdens of governments in debt.

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Birth Control, Statism, and Ireland’s Referendum

Birth Control, Statism, and Ireland’s Referendum

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-44270098

It is the essence of both ageism and statism to describe the fact that Ireland’s civil government is moving away from civil probation against murdering fetal image bearers of God as some sort of great increase of wickedness and sin. Surgical abortion only makes up a tiny demographic of the ongoing abortion holocaust 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 than surgical abortion ever will, and pretending to be shocked that the State gives some kind of meaningless license to its pagan citizens 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 exercises authority, not unlike every magistrate in human history.

You can seek the kingdom of Ireland by legitimizing its sovereignty 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.

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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.

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, because they went to public school, because both of their parents full-time employees, because everybody is in debt, because they are in civil bondage. This means that parents cannot be around to give their children direction or provide them structure, so these kids go to where they think they can get direction, structure and ‘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 receive free shots of alcohol at bars and entitled discounts everywhere else, just because they are enlisted.

American troops did not die for me. They did not die for you. They did not die even for themselves. They died 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 died 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.

It does not seem like I get anything at all out of that deal. No freedom. No honor. Nothing. Welcome to the American Dream.

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