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Social Positivism

"uniting the right in faith"


SUBSIDIARITY: an organizing principle that states matters ought to be handled by the smallest, lowest or least centralized competent authority.

Political decisions should be taken at a local level if possible, rather than by a central authority. (Wikipedia).

The Three Fronts

Policy must be written and applied to three fronts, the political, economic and ecclesiastical. Positivism order policy initiatives according to these three sectors.

The political front must be reduced in scope and power in accordance with the principle of subsidiarity. The policy of The Social Positives serves to devolve power down to the lowest practical level. What does your political party’s policy do? Does it reduce or expand the size of government?

Social Positivist policy is market based. On the Economic Front our ownership model is based on subsidiarity and human rights. Economic policy devolves economic power down to the base. What does your party’s policy do? Who does it support, the worker or the elite?

The ecclesiastical front designs policy to reinvigorate and redesign the administration of the church. Social Positivists ecclesiastical policies align with: Eph. 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

Social Positivists align their policy with Scripture to form a united front against the forces of darkness that threaten the stability of our societies and church.

For more on this subject see: Why Capitalism Works