Christian Social Theory is the science of studying the Bible to discover how God intends this world to be run and then implementing His design.
“...the Most High is sovereign over the kingdoms of men and gives them to anyone he wishes.” Dan 4:25
No longer are Christians to be fooled into operating in the narrow so-called “spiritual” part of life. God is Spirit and He is the Creator/Owner of everything. Everything is spiritual and under the direct authority and command of the Lord Jesus Christ. To claim otherwise is to be a rebel against reality. To say that there is an area of life that is outside the care and authority of God is to say God is limited and someone else is supreme in that area[s]. Scripture opposes such satanic ideas.
Yet, Christians cannot simply go out and try to establish their own agendas or personal prejudices. They must submit themselves to the Holy Spirit as they study the Word of God and engage in prayer to discover God’s agenda and God’s will.
They must be willing to set aside their own pre-conceived ideas to establish the Kingdom of God in this world before the Second Coming. Some cherished beliefs will have to fall. Only God’s way will work.
The Kingdom of God is bigger than the Church. While the Church has a central role, the Kingdom of God is God’s rule over every area of life. All of life - including how nations are governed and the laws which are passed - must be submitted to the Lordship of Jesus Christ or else we stand condemned as rebels.
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Quotes from Liberating Planet Earth by Gary North
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