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The Ecumenics Party

"biblical solutions to social problems"

Science and religion are not enemies of each other.

The church is an organization that reconciles science and religion in community.

Unemployment, debt, taxation, inflation, economic and social inequality, pollution and other social costs can all be eliminated by developing organizations of trust using prayer, faith and works.

 

What do you want done?

the rights of the PEOPLE

Scripture gives us the right to what we create. No one has a claim on the assets created by another, including the nations we formed as new creations.

We the people are responsible for the communities we built. We are accountable for the disposition of our wealth. We the people are the stewards of our resources. We have dominion over our lands. These things that are the product of our hands and minds are our responsibility because they are ours, given to us by God.

We the people have our Rights, as believers given to us by God. We are the Sons and Daughters of the Most High. 



The church is a flat organization, authority belongs at the base. 


No one deserves to be unemployed. 

DEMAND AN END TO UNEMPLOYMENT

 



The church is the body of Christ. Babylon seeks to defeat the plan of God which contains the solutions of God. Breaking trust with God produced many different kinds of churches. Each church represents a broken trust. 

The Ecumenics Party seeks to rebuild the truth that ought to exist between the members of the body of Christ and restore the integrity of the body so we become one body under God and one family with Christ.



Subsidiarity

Subsidiarity is an organizing principle that states matters ought to be handled by the smallest, lowest or least centralized competent authority.

Political decisions should be taken at a local level if possible, rather than by a central authority. (Wikipedia).

All policy must be based on or consistent with the principle of subsidiarity.

Social Positivists promote:

  • Ownership of local resources by locals; no ownership of local resources by non-locals.
  • The systematic elimination of ownership of local resources by non-locals.

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