The Christian Political Party is an independent, non-denominational Christian Political Party with supporters in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. We come from different religious, political and philosophical viewpoints, but we share a common commitment that religious groups need to speak out on political and social issues.
As a nationwide political movement we’re dedicated to the foundation on which America was built – a foundation which, in recent years, has been seriously attacked and undermined. In accord with what was so accurately stated by George Washington, “the propitious [favorable] smiles of heaven can never be expected on a nation which disregards the eternal rules of order and right which heaven itself has ordained.”
Therein, we at the Christian Political Party fight for the ideas that originated in our founding documents. We fight for the belief in inalienable and God-given rights to life, liberty, and property against those who would tell us that dignity comes from society and our property does not truly belong to us as individuals. We fight for a constitutionally limited government that works for us, the people, against those who want an all-encompassing government that is involved in every aspect of our lives. We fight for the ability to dispose of our government when it oversteps its constitutionally determined boundaries, and we fight against those who tell us that the elites in power know what is best for us so we should blindly obey their commands. We fight because we believe that the only measure by which to judge the goodness of a government is the extent that the government respects the God-given individual human dignity of its citizens. We know that if we do not fight for our dignity as individuals then those in power will certainly tread upon us at every opportunity. We fight because the right to be free is endowed by our Creator and is the premise of our Constitution, Bill of Rights, and the American way of life.
Upon the above we take our stand, and we defy any cynic or critic to deny that these beliefs and principles do not define traditional Americanism.
Thank you, and God bless our Republic of the United States of America.