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We believe in The Lesser Magistrates Doctine
The Lesser Magistrate Doctrine teaches that when the superior or higher ranking civil authority makes unjust/immoral law, policy, or court opinion - the lower or lesser ranking civil authority has both the God-given right and duty to refuse obedience to that superior authority; and if necessary, actively resist the superior authority.
The doctrine was first formalized by Christian men in Magdeburg, Germany in 1550.
God has established four realms of government to which He delegates authority. They are: (1) self-government; (2) family government; (3) church government; and (4) civil government. Each has its own role, function, and limits.
The authority an individual possesses in any one of these four realms of government is delegated authority. In other words, they derive their authority from God. Their authority is not autonomous or unconditional. Their authority is God-given, and thus, they have a duty to govern in accordance with His rule.
When someone in authority makes laws or decrees contrary to God's law, they are in rebellion to God's rule. Those under their authority are NOT to obey them when they do this. They may even have to actively resist them.
We believe that Christ is King
We seek to contrast two visions of reality and morality and demonstrate how one vision, the Christian view, centered on God, leads to the Humane and dignified treatment of human beings, while the other view, centered on man, leads to the inhumane and undignified treatment of human beings.
We strive to provoke a clash of absolutes between the Gospel of Christ and the worldly wisdom of man. The goal of all abolitionist movements is the redemption of man from the dominion of man. At the root of all abolitionist movements you will find the presence and power of two interrelated propositions. The first is that human beings are created in the image of God and created to reflect that image. The second is that the Creator Himself became a man in order to rescue mankind from self-destruction, death, and eternal separation from God, from himself, and from his own kind.
At the heart of all that we do as abolitionists, as the people of God, is the Gospel call and cry, "Repent for the Kingdom of God is at Hand!" What drives abolitionism is a desire to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with our God (Micah 6:8). We seek to bring justice to the fatherless and help to the helpless (Isaiah 1: 16-17). Our desire is to consistently practice what the New Testament calls pure and undefiled religion: to look after the orphaned and widows in their affliction, and to keep ourselves unstained by the world (James 1:27).
We believe that abortion is murder
In a recent study of almost 6000 biologists in the United States 96% agreed that human life begins at conception.
As Christians we believe not only that life begins at conception but also that this life has been created in the image of God.
We base our belief that abortion is murder on the following two premises.
1. Abortion is the killing of an innocent human being.
2. Murder is the intentional killing of an innocent human being.
Therefore, with abortion being the intentional, unjustified killing of a human being created in the image of God, abortion is murder.