Missouri's 7th District, U.S. House of Representatives




God is making me an


Rejecting Satan's temptation to accomplish personal or social goals through domination, political power, intimidation, threats of violence, or the initiation of force.

If you do not see a list of character traits at the left, please click here, then click "Anarchist" at the top of the list. Those character traits are the traits of a "Christian Anarchist."

For each of those traits you will find personal vows, prayers, or meditations, which are commitments to develop and maintain those character traits.

Here are the personal prayer-meditations of a Christian anarchist.

When most people hear the word "anarchist" they think of a bomb-throwing assassin who doesn't believe in private property.

But mostly, when people hear the word "anarchist" they think of someone who is against "the government."

  • I believe in a well-governed, orderly society.

So why this page in defense of "anarchism?"

Because the greatest threat to a well-governed, orderly society, is the institution that drops the most bombs, assassinates the most people, and confiscates the most private property.

That dangerous force is none other than "the government."

I believe that every single person who signed the Constitution in Philadelphia in 1787 would have been appalled at the idea of abolishing "the government," but if they could visit America in 2008 and see what happened to the Christian Republic they formed, and if they could read a few of the webpages on this website, they would be inclined to agree that the only way to preserve the American ideal of "Liberty Under God" is to abolish the United States and repudiate the opposite of "anarchism," which we will call "archism."

The word "anarchist" comes from two Greek words, "a" meaning "not" and "archist."

The classic passage in which Jesus forbids us to be "archists" (and thereby commands us to be "anarchists") is Mark 10:42-45

But Jesus called them to Himself and said to them, "You know that those who are considered rulers over the Gentiles lord it over them, and their great ones exercise authority over them. {43} Yet it shall not be so among you; but whoever desires to become great among you shall be your servant. {44} And whoever of you desires to be first shall be slave of all. {45} "For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many."

The word translated "rulers" comes from the Greek word from which we derive our word "anarchist." Jesus clearly says His followers are not to be "archists," and that means we are to be "an-archists." In fact, God hates archists.

We have been trained in government schools to believe that "archists" are good and "anarchists" are bad (though we never use the word "archist"). This is the exact opposite of the Biblical position. This is

The Biggest Government Lie of All Time

In the Bible, archists are bad. Jesus says we are not to be archists, and He says the opposite of an archist is a servant.

I strive to be a servant, not an archist.

All the other character traits listed at left are examples of service. They are manifestations of a servant's heart. Anyone committed to those character traits will not seize your money to buy bombs, assassinate political opponents, or deprive you of your life, liberty, property, or pursuit of happiness.

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