Let us be very clear about one matter. We are not ultimately interested in the labels “Republican” or “Democrat.” We have no interest in partisanship for the sake of partisanship. We are not ultimately interested in the nomenclature of “Right vs. Left.” However, we are very interested in “Right vs. Wrong,” that is “right” as God defines right according to His Word.
Our hope is not ultimately in a political party. It is in the Word of God being followed in our nation, as well as other nations. Our interest is in getting every person we can to become “well versed,” knowing what the Word says about civil governance. Political platforms, if they are to bless the citizenry, need to conform to God’s Word, since He is the one who established government and establishes nations.
Because the Word of God respects life in the womb, we do as well. Because the Word of God establishes one man-one woman marriage, we likewise affirm that. Because the Word of God defines the unique roles of Israel and the Jewish people, and outlines the consequences for dividing His land, we too honor that. Because the Word of God speaks to economic matters – affirming “choice-based economics over coercion-based economics (socialism and its various derivations), we too affirm the “free market,” when parametered within Judeo-Christian values. Because the Word speaks about how to lift up the disenfranchised and the destitute, as opposed to encouraging a permanent underclass with a mentality of victimhood, resentment, entitlement and coveting, we do as well. Because the Word of God loves the poor, so do we. Because the Word of God detests racism, so do we. Because the Word of God stands in opposition to the current “politically correct” and “cancel culture,” so do we. We are focused on one thing: the Word of God and its relevance to civil governance – whether that be taxation, minimum wage, social security, healthcare, welfare, immigration, abortion, marriage, a theology of just war, parental authority, educational philosophy or many other issues – and bringing the eternal and transcendent truths of God’s Word to governmental leaders when we can, as well as to the people who elect them.
We believe that to the extent God’s Word is followed in civil governance, human pain, suffering and poverty can be reduced. To the extent, when God’s Word is not followed in civil governance, human pain, suffering and poverty are increased.