The Seven Principles of Liberty


Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is Liberty.

2 Corinthians 3:17

Each of the Seven Principles of Liberty are built on the one before and are rooted in God and His Word.


1. God’s Principle of Individuality

Doctrinal Application: Our God is Himself an Individual who made us in His image for a providential purpose.

Personal Application: My unique individuality has a purposeful destiny that can only be fulfilled through Christ’s redemption.

2. The Principle of Christian Self-Government

Doctrinal Application: Knowing God through Christ teaches me to obey Him and enjoy liberty with law.

Personal Application: I am only properly self-governed when governed by Christ.

3, The Principle of Christian Character

Doctrinal Application: As my character is forged by Christ, I reach my fullest expression and enjoy harmony with others.

Personal Application: My character predicts the success and happiness of fulfilling my destiny.

4. Conscience is the Most Sacred Property

Doctrinal Application: Righteous law protects life and property; consent is the title to conscience.

Personal Application: My stewardship of property, both internal and external, has consequences.

5. The Christian Form of Our Government

Doctrinal Application: The form of government proven to best protect life and property is a Christian constitutional federal republic.

Personal Application: As I learn to think governmentally, I can balance the three powers of government to avert the tyranny of self in my personal conduct.

6. Planting the Seed of Local Self-Government

Doctrinal Application: Education is the cause to effect multi-generational maintenance of a Christian republic.

Personal Application: I continually sow seeds in my thought, speech and action; consequently I continually reap the results.

7. American Political Union

Doctrinal Application: The internal gives rise to the external.

Personal Application: Internal unity spawns external union.