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The Ecumenics Party

"biblical solutions to social problems"

The measure of an organization is the added value it creates. This is progress.

Value is created in the form of property ownership. Value is added as the value of our property improves. Progress is created through the accretion of value. This is justice.

We believe the right is a euphemism for those who believe in science and methodological change.

Liberalism is a synonym for socialism or those whose good deeds are done as a social agenda in response to emotional triggers.

Organizational Profile

The planet's value or condition provides human beings with an objective and science-based measure by which to measure progress. We care for the planet by caring for the lands under their feet. We add value to what we have and do. We add value first to what we have been given and the rest follows.

All persons are responsible for the condition of the planet. But it is what we live in and with that demands our focus. If we fail to live up to our responsibility to add value to the lands under our feet how can we add value to the earth. If we do not add value to what we own, we will lose any right to care for it as per Mat: 21.43; 25:29. We are held accountable for what we do or fail to do. 

We have a right to where we live based on the care we provide to the lands under our care. We are the property owners of earth according to the value we add to the value of the earth. We possess in fact and own by right of possession the political jurisdictions in which we locate ourselves. The world of man is not physical it is conceptual. Civilization is the reality we create through our human ability to add value to the world. We own civilization, we own the progress we build, we own the world formed through our minds and hands.

Our economic jurisdictions are the way we portion up reality to determine individual accountability. This right of ownership to what we have created cannot be abridged, rescinded or transferred. This is the basis of our property rights. We are responsible for the place we live. Environmentalism is the recognition that the value of the planet creates progress and it behooves all of us to be a positive creator of value. We own what we create, and we have no intrinsic right to anything created by any other being.

We do not own the earth or the air or the sky, but we own and can use and transfer the value created therefrom.

All persons and peoples have a right to where they live and a responsibility to create value according to the resources at our disposal. We abjure the right of any to access any value they did not create.

We recognize possession as having an economic foundation. We own and possess what we use to generate value. Our rights of possession are equal to and as strong as the value produced by our possession. We as the owners of our enterprises stand accountable for our actions and inactions.

We stand firm on our rights to the property under our care and respect the right to lose that which produces no value. Our ability to add value to a resource is how ownership is legitimized. Surplus possessions are to be disposed of or removed from our grasp. We have no right to what we have no use for.

We believe we are the stewards of this planet. We believe we have a purpose and that purpose is to take responsibility for the resources under our care and to add value to all that we possess.

We believe God is the Creator of all things and our life and our responsibility and actions are done to model His own life.

We believe caring for the planet is a response to the dominion we were given and the stewardship we were entrusted with.

We believe Scripture is the final and ultimate sources of all right teachings and truth and nothing that contravenes Scripture must be allowed to stand.

We believe liberalism is in direct contrast with those teachings provided us by God, including contravening our property rights and our responsibility as stewards of the earth. Social Positivists pledge they are committed to the final and ultimate destruction of liberalism as the modern and political representation of Babylon.

Babylon is the destroyer of human rights and the antithesis of charity. It is the enemy of God and the conceptualization of tyranny in all its forms. Babylon is the opposite of the church and a concept used to define a lack of stewardship. To be charitable adds value to the planet.  Babylon is the encapsulation of the state and its social agenda. Babylon represents the doctrine of legal rights as provided by the state.

Legal rights are not consistent with human rights. Injustice is a process in which human rights are systematically replaced with the legal fabrications devised by the liberal state. This offends the concept of ownership and the liberty to be charitable with what one has produced.