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Where we are making progress / Re: What is the goal?
« Last post by Theocracy4USA on February 28, 2019, 12:42:24 am »
That's sort of an apparent role, but not the true intention. It's to give other Christians who are tired of the overly secular and Anti-Christian rule we are under something to rally behind. This is sort of setting an impossible goal so we can make at least some progress toward creating a slightly more godly America. I hope that makes sense.
Where we are making progress / What is the goal?
« Last post by jp12345 on February 27, 2019, 10:45:27 pm »
Please educate me on the goal of this group. Is it to destroy the democratic republic that America is currently and to replace it with a theocracy run by a state church as your name suggests? If it is I am incredibly hostile to that idea as a Christian. We live in a great country and playing thought police is a horrendous idea.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky lawmakers heard the beating heart of a woman's unborn baby Thursday as they advanced a bill that would ban most abortions in the state once a fetal heartbeat is detected.

The state Senate voted 31-6 to pass the measure, continuing an aggressive push to restrict abortion since Republicans consolidated their hold on Kentucky's legislature starting in 2017.

Earlier Thursday when a committee reviewed the bill, a pregnant woman let a roomful of people hear the heartbeat of her unborn baby via an electronic monitor. The woman, April Lanham, who lives in the district of the bill's lead sponsor, was at the witness table in the committee room.

"That child in her womb is a living human being," Republican Sen. Matt Castlen, the bill sponsor, said later. "And all living human beings have a right to life."
$50 million tax payer dollars stripped from Planned Parenthood, thank God for the work he's doing through Mr. Trump!
Site News / Our movement is growing, but there is still more to be done.
« Last post by Theocracy4USA on February 23, 2019, 03:44:19 pm »
We're off to a great start! but we still need you to help get the word out. Simply post links to theses groups and this page. Once the groups grow, we'll get started with the on-line missionary work we are here to do. Starting petitions, contacting congressmen, funding politicians which support our cause. It all starts with you.

2020 Presidential Election / Endorsement for 2020 Elections
« Last post by Theocracy4USA on February 23, 2019, 11:50:32 am »
While the American Theocratic Party is does not care about either the Republican or Democratic parties, or any other parties, it appears that currently the current Republican president is a modern day King Jehu. Perhaps not the most Godly man, and his people skills appear to need work, but he is dedicated to doing God's will regardless of public opinion. For more details on this, check out the book " The Paradigm: The Ancient Blueprint That Holds the Mystery of Our Times" written by the Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, and then look at President Trumps presidency so far. The American Theocratic Party Endorses Donald J Trump.
What we're fighting against / Is socialism Biblical?
« Last post by Theocracy4USA on February 23, 2019, 10:12:39 am »
Short answer, no it's not. I've been wanting to post something like this for a while, but The Christian Post just did it better. So instead of wasting anyone's time, I'll just forward you to this link:
Weaponry / Freedom to own, military, police.
« Last post by Theocracy4USA on February 23, 2019, 02:31:45 am »
While it is true that in biblical times guns did not exist, the weapon of the day was the sword, and nearly everyone carried one. If not a sword, a knife. The point is, everyone was armed all the time, and crime rates were low and the police did not have to work as hard. With heavily armed citizen base, the official military and police forces could be allowed to reduce as people retire.
Science / What's a theocratic view of science?
« Last post by Theocracy4USA on February 23, 2019, 02:30:14 am »
In recent history theocratic states have been fairly anti-science. When people think of theocracy they think of early astronomers being executed for crimes against the church or similar tales, because this is what is thought in schools. In reality many of today’s modern technologies were developed by Christians, and many forms of science come from early Islam. The reason a few theocrats have been weary of science is because their faith was weak. True science should discover the laws of the natural world, which God created.

Johannes Kepler said it best, “thinking God’s thoughts after Him. I was merely thinking God’s thoughts after Him. Since we astronomers are priests of the highest God in regard to the book of nature, it benefits us to be thoughtful, not of the glory of our minds, but rather, above all else, of the glory of God.”

Some of the science she American Theocratic Party is interested in include: nanotech, time dilation effects, faster than light travel, wormhole based travel and communications, and high power telescopes. If you can quickly send a telescope thousands of light-years away, and quickly reading a signal for it, you can watch the life of Christ or even the creation of the Earth. With nanotech you can take healing and education to the next level.

For these reasons, a theocratic America would support the sciences more than the current secular model does.
Sanctity of Life / Abortion, death penalty, euthanasia. What's the bible say?
« Last post by Theocracy4USA on February 23, 2019, 02:28:48 am »
From the moment of conception to old age, human life was created by God and is sacred. He acknowledged our person-hood before birth as shown in Isaiah 44:24. The ending of an innocent life is murder, which the Bible forbids in Exodus 20:13, be it an assault rifle fired on a crowd or the killing of the unborn in a clinic. War should be avoided when possible, but is permitted if our way of life is attacked. Some crimes, such as murder, may warrant death. When it comes to euthanasia, you do not know what God's plan is for your life; we are to serve God in all things and not only when we feel good. This is shown in Job 2:9-10 when Job's wife suggest this to him while he is suffering.
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