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The Ecumenics Party

"biblical solutions to social problems"

Political power Is the Usurption Of Power by the state

Ecumenics Philosophy

Ecumenics is about uniting Christians into one body serving God. The Ecumenics Party's mission is to build the relationships that build the church. Ecumenics is the science of faith and the study of Christian society or the church.

We build the church through relationships. These relationships are social in nature in that Christians come together as a church to help one another. 

A principle of Ecumenics is that to build the church we need to build up our relationships and this  requires a change in the way we think of ownership.

Personal ownership is the simplest and most direct form of ownership. The most direct evidence that Ecumenics is scientific is that it generates progress. Progress by definition is what mankind wants.

Personal Ownership is scientifically validated as a legitimate form of ownership by the inability of anyone to suggest the alternative. The validity of a claim is not just based on an empirical experiment but also on the absence of an alternative thesis.

Personal ownership applies to the ownership of personal property. The only other form of ownership is stewardship. We have stewardship over our local jurisdictions but also the world.

Ownership of the world’s natural resources stems from the biblical statement that the people of God exist to care for the Creation of God. We have betrayed this single purpose by allowing our rights to be taken from us by the State. This betrayal began in Eden and has never been rectified.

Our ownership, that is the possession of the planet by the people of God, comes directly from God, not indirectly through government.

Indirect ownership requires legal rights. The scientific model always favors the simpler explanation. Indirect ownership necessitates a superfluous agent, the state. Indirect ownership is of two forms, private and public ownership are inherently the same but have different accents. Both are composed of private and public elements but each has more of one than the other.

Stewardship is also known as positive ownership or cooperative ownership.