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From the book The Higher Liberty


Caesar was right, mankind is governed by names and their definitions. This was the definition of democracy in 1928:

“DEMOCRACY: A government of the masses. Authority derived through mass meeting or any form of direct expression. Results in mobocracy. Attitude toward property is communistic - negating property rights. Attitude toward law is that the will of the majority shall regulate, whether it is based upon deliberation or governed by passion, prejudice, and impulse, without restraint or regard for consequences. Results in demagogism, license, agitation, discontent, anarchy.” 1

By June 1952, the following definition was altering the understanding and attitude of the American nation:

“Meaning of democracy: Because the United States is a democracy, the majority of the people decide how our government will be organized and run - and that includes the Army, Navy and Air Force. The people do this by electing representatives, and these men and women carry out the wishes of the people.” 2

Changing definitions deceives the people. “The multitude of those who err is no protection for error.”3

“If you establish a democracy, you must in due time reap the fruits of a democracy... with great increase of the public expenditure. You will in due season have wars entered into from passion and not from reason; and you will in due season submit to peace ignominiously sought and ignominiously obtained, which will diminish your authority and perhaps endanger your independence. You will in due season find your property is less valuable, and your freedom less complete.”4

Ben Franklin advised that “A nation of well informed men who have been taught to know and prize the rights which God has given them cannot be enslaved. It is in the region of ignorance that tyranny begins.” Those rights depend upon us valuing our neighbors’ rights as much as we value our own, which is virtue.

Nothing is beyond re-examination. In a constitutional republic, you might have some safeguards but Patrick Henry argued against the Constitution of the United States because he saw that “When evil men take office, the whole gang will be in collusion! They will keep the people in utter ignorance and steal their liberty by ambuscade!”

Do we understand those flaws, and are we prepared to guard against them? It was not the Constitution5 that made this nation great, but the noble individuals who rose up every day, worked in the fields and factories, cared for their families, and provided for the honest needs of their community.

James Russell Lowell said “Democracy gives every man the right to be his own oppressor” and he begins the process by oppressing his neighbor.6 “Can the liberties of a nation be thought secure when we have removed their only firm basis, a conviction in the minds of the people that these liberties are of the gift of God?7 That they are not to be violated but with His wrath?”8

Democracy has no inherent right to the rights of others. We relinquish right by consent for mutual benefits. “I often wonder whether we do not rest our hopes too much upon constitutions, upon laws and courts. These are false hopes, believe me; these are false hopes. Liberty lies in the hearts of men and women;9 when it dies there, no Constitution, no law, no court can save it.”10

God “let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.” but not over his fellow man. The Cains of this world gain power over you by first offering you power over your neighbor.


11928 U.S. Army Training Manual

2Army Field Manual Soldier’s Guide,1952.

3Multitudo errantium non parit errori patroeinium. 11Coke, 73.

4Benjamin Disraeli(1804-1881), British Prime Minister

5Covenants, Constitutions, and Contracts

6Ex. 23:9 “Also thou shalt not oppress a stranger... seeing ye were strangers in the land of Egypt.”

Lev. 25:17 “Ye shall not therefore oppress one another; but thou shalt fear thy God: for I [am] the LORD your God.”

7Psalms 119:45 “And I will walk at liberty: for I seek thy precepts.”

8Thomas Jefferson: Notes on Virginia Q.XVIII, 1782. ME 2:227

9James 1:25 “But whoso looketh into the perfect law of liberty, and continueth [therein], he being not a forgetful hearer, but a doer of the work, this man shall be blessed in his deed.”

10Judge Learned Hand , Spirit of Liberty 189

The Higher Liberty


The Higher Liberty is an iconoclastic examination of Romans 13 and other specious teachings which are an indictment the modern Church revealing a fuller gospel of the Kingdom for this world and the next. The consistent warnings of the prophets throughout the entire Bible and the purpose of the Church appointed by Christ as one form of government shines new light on modern apostasy. The simple truth of how God made you to be free souls, serving Him in Spirit and in Truth may bear witness in your hearts and minds.

Much of what is in this book will allow you to see the truth of the gospel in comparison to those who do contrary to the ways of God and make His word to none effect and have brought you back into a bondage to the gods many of the world through damnable heresies. Arm yourselves with His truth that will set you free. chapter-by-chapter or Order

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Table of Contents of The Higher Liberty

Chapter 1 Romans 13 1
Social Contracts 2
Higher Power 3
Terms of the Times 4
Koine Debate 6
Usage of Scholars 7
No King but Caesar 9
Republics 12
A Pure Republic 13
Democracy 14
Deception 16
Church and State 18
Separation of Church and State 20
A Kingdom not of this world 22
Rulers 23
The Natural Law 25
These Cometh of Evil? 26
The Rule of Right 28
One form of Government 29
And ye shall know the truth, 30
The Natural Error 32
Consent thou Not. 34
The Curse and the Contract 36
The Price of Surety 37
Elements of the World and the Kingdom 38
Mammons 39
Religion of the People 40
Mighty Hunters 41
The Covetous Prayers 42
The Gospel of Love 43
The Gospel of the Freedom 44
For Conscience Sake 45
Daily Bread 46
Fathers upon the earth 47
Modern Christians 48
The gods Many 49
Sacrificed to Idols 50
Denying the Kingdom at Hand 52
1 Peter 2:13 54
Supreme, Higher, Better, Excellence 56
Unheard Cries 58
Titus 3:1  59
Obey Magistrates 60
Be the Magistrate 61
Public Servants 62
Elders 63
The Office of Diakonos 64
Deaconus of Ten 65
Union and Discipline 66
Executive Officers 67
The Apostolic Church 68
Public Minister, Servants of a State 70
Christian Welfare 71
The Iniquity 72
Leaven of the State 73
Seven Men 74
Choose Your Seven 76
Seven Adversaries 77
Baptism 78
Two Disciples 79
Foolish Virgins 80
Tithing In Conscience 81
Service that Serves 81
Things Change 83
Flesh Pots of Micah 84
It Shall Not Be So 85
Bread and Pottage 86
A Knife to Thy Throat 89
Fathers and Children 91
Disputation, Polemic, and Apologetic 92
Nicolaitan and Balaam 94
A Plan that Worked 95
A Holy Different Society 97
Phase One, the Foundation 100
The Purpose of Production 102
Security and Strategic Support 103
Phase Two, National Growth 104
Free Exercise 106
Governments May Tempt 109
Compelling Interest 110
Temporal and Extratemporal 111
The Realm of Religion 112
Self-determination   113
In Those Days and These 114
The King of His Citizens 115
Two Forms of National Government 116
Them that Rule over you 118
Mystery Babylon 119
The Beloved Anarchist 120
Integral Church 121
Crying Out 122
Redemption 123
Professing Christ 124
Logos 125
The Logos, the Letter. 127
The Person of Christ 128
Community Rules 130
No Logos 132
White Stones 134
The Spiritual Journey to the Kingdom 138
The Past 140
The Future 141
Resist Not Evil 142
Good and Bad News, 143
The Kingdom of God 144
Appendix 1. Exousia 145
Appendix 2. Diakonos 153
Appendix 3. Leitourgos 155
Appendix 4. Huperetes 156
Alphabetical Index 159
About the Author 166
About the Cover 166
About this Book 167