To Teach The Laws of Nature and Nature’s God

The law of the Lord is perfect, restoring the soul; The testimony of the Lord is sure, making wise the simple. The precepts of the Lord are right, rejoicing the heart; The commandment of the Lord is pure, enlightening the eyes. The fear of the Lord is clean, enduring forever; The judgments of the Lord are true; they are righteous altogether. They are more desirable than gold, yes, than much fine gold; Sweeter also than honey and the drippings of the honeycomb.


The key to the restoration of unalienability of property rights today is to recognize that property is a creation of divine law, not human politics. This divine law was incorporated into the law of the United States through the Declaration of Independence, which was expressly predicated on the “Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God.”15 This means our nation was founded upon the legal principles embodied in the physical universe and the Bible. There is only one acknowledged source of these principles, namely, the law of God. Of course, this legal context preexists and is binding upon the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

The Bible informs, and a study of Creation confirms, that God is the Creator of all things. Thus, God is the sole rightful owner of the earth and its inhabitants. As the uncreated Creator, God has the limitless authority to determine how and by whom His Creation is acquired, possessed, transferred and used. Exercising the authority of an owner, God delegated dominion authority over the earth to man by commanding him: “Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it; and rule over . . . every living thing that moves on the earth.”16

The root of the law of the nature of property is expressed in this verse. Property is the subject of man’s domination, that is, the thing over which man has dominion. By implication, dominion includes possessing, using, controlling and disposing of all things on the earth capable of being dominated, such as the surface of the ground, the plants and the animals. Property does not include the atmosphere or human beings, because the dominion mandate granted men no authority to rule over them.

However, the grant of dominion authority did not vest mankind in general with communal rights over all property. Man received in the dominion mandate the authority to own property, but not a conveyance of title. More importantly, as both Locke and Blackstone failed to understand, it was the gift of God which vested individuals with title to specific property, not labor or possession justified by necessity.

Genesis records that no title to any property was conveyed until God put Adam into the Garden of Eden “to work it and take care of it.”17 God later took the title to Eden away from Adam and Eve when they sinned. The title to Eden was not determined on the basis of labor, possession, necessity or dominion authority.

This pattern of property conveyance and title is confirmed throughout the Bible in the accounts of Abraham, Isaac and the nation of Israel. The consistent witness of God’s Word is that no man earns any title to any property, real or personal. Rather it is a gift of God. Thus, God, not men, created property rights. Men neither invented the law of dominion nor vested themselves with title. Furthermore, God’s actions toward men were based on His mercy and His law, not necessity.

Locke and Blackstone also failed to realize that man’s dominion was institutionally specific. In other words, God gave dominion authority to the family unit and its members, not to the church or the state. This is clear by the context of the Dominion Mandate, which authorizes man to have children and own property. Yet, as later scriptures confirm, only a husband and wife were authorized to have children. By linking together the command to have children with the grant of dominion, God made families, not nations, the primary agents of dominating the world. Consequently, all property rights are within the original jurisdiction of the family, independent of societal consent or civil laws.

It follows that since God originally granted authority over property to families, then property rights are inherently private, not public. This conclusion follows not only because dominion was granted to the family institution by its terms, but also because dominion authority was given prior to the institution of any civil government. The first grant of civil authority, capital punishment, was made many generations later as part of God’s covenant with Noah.18 Hence, dominion authority is private in nature, because it is not derived from civil government, but rather precedes civil government in time and in right.

Secondly, since man is an agent of dominion, he is also a steward before God for his exercise of dominion. Man’s dominion is not simply exercised pursuant to a divine privilege, but according to a divine duty, because man is held accountable for the fulfillment of his dominion responsibility. As James Madison indicated in his Memorial and Remonstrance Against Religious Assessments,19 a duty towards the Creator is a right towards men. Further, duties owed to God are superior to any social duty and cannot be waived by the institution of any civil society.

Therefore, private property, as revealed by the laws of nature and of nature’s God, is not merely a privilege as between men, but a right. Since dominion authority and the title to specific property are both the gifts of God, the right of property is unalienable. Since the right vests in families and their individual members, the unalienable right is private. Since the law of nature binds all men, man’s law must conform to God’s will and protect the unalienable right of private property against all encroachments.

In addition, as men have received property from God, so men should be free to transfer property among themselves. As God leads individuals to use property in accordance with some divine purpose, so men should be free to follow that leading without interference from other men. As man holds property as a steward of God, so he should be free from restrictions on his holdings. The ownership, disposition and use of property are inseparable parts of exercising dominion, which no man has the authority to restrict.

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Evangelical Alumni Foundation is founded on the mission of evangelism in education restoring the spiritual gifts back to the underprivileged citizens in our communities that lost their way.

We offer quality ministry, business, healthcare, teaching and social opportunities through certification & accredited focus driven degrees with full authority of participating higher education commissioning boards, who abide by the law regarding church & states in the United States & Apostille’ for international students.

We also, invite our student’s to become ministry executives in our pastoral administration association.

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Evangelical Alumni Foundation seeks to fulfill “The Great Commandment and The Great Commission” to God’s great economy.

Each of us has great purpose to contribute as Sons of God.

We are many in one body. Together we are planted firmly by streams of water to bear fruits in all seasons through honoring God’s will. We shall not lack no good thing.

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“The Lord God of your fathers makes you a thousand times so many as ye are, and bless you as He has promised you” Deuteronomy 1:11

Evangelical Alumni Foundation Church Government is ordered only by God. The LORD, was very clear in His Word about how He wishes His church on earth to be organized and managed. First, Christ is the head of the church and its supreme authority (Ephesians 1:22; 4:15; Colossians 1:18). Second, The local church is to be autonomous, free from external authority or control, with the right of self = government and free from the interference of any hierarchy, or individuals or organizations (Titus 1:5). Third, The church is to to be governed by spiritual leadership consisting of two main offices-elder and deacons.

And, He gave, some apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers; for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ. (Ephesians 4:11-12)


Are you saved? I pray for all to submit the “Sinner’s Prayer” (ROMANS 10:9-10) and join a Bible teaching and believing church in Jesus name. Amen!