Prayer for America
Repent the Preamble
Amend the Constitution
Why put Jesus in the Constitution?
War at Home
About this campaign
Questions and Answers
For questions about the amendment see
Is this a joke?
No, this is a serious attempt to elect Jesus Christ to the office of American president using the write-in vote.
Aren't religion and politics supposed to be kept separate?
Impossible! Politics is the expression of religion. It is the outward working of the inward belief system.
The myth that religion and politics are to be separated is a lie fostered to protect official government religions, which pretend that they aren't religions.
Besides, Christianity isn't a religion.
Christianity isn't a religion?
Not at all. At least, not like others. This can be seen by looking at the words we use for modern religions: animism, buddhism, hinduism, taoism, mohommedism, judaism, communism, capitalism, humanism, secularism, conservatism, liberalism, libertarianism.
What do these words all have in common? They are all isms. An ism is an ideology, a world view. It is a lense which filters all we see to conform to the lense we have chosen.
Christianity is not an ism.
What is Christianity, if not a religion?
Christianity is a kingdom and a relationship. It's a kingdom relationship.
At one time most of Europe was known as "Christianity." The people of that land mass had organized themselves, however imperfectly, as subjects of The King.
But isn't Christianity about a personal relationship with Jesus Christ?
It is. An individual must pledge his allegiance to Christ to enter the Kingdom.
But isn't Christianity all about getting to heaven? Jesus talked about "the kingdom of heaven." He also said "The kingdom of God is within you." Neither idea seems to have anything to do with earthly government or politics.
Luke 17:21 is better translated "the kingdom of God is in your midst" or "among you."
The Kingdom of God is about the rulership of Christ now and forever, "on earth as it is in heaven." It is the now part, on earth, that we are concerned with in this campaign. It is the plan of God to bring all nations under His rule. Somebody has to bring it about. Some nation has to be first.
We believe it would be more profitable to volunteer now, rather than being compelled later.
Aren't we supposed to wait for Christ to return and set up His Kingdom?
Those who truly believe their job is to wait and do nothing should pursue that strategy with all the zeal and energy they can muster.
Others are marching on.
Are you waiting on God or is God waiting on you?
What about constitutional requirements? Jesus isn't a United States citizen, is He?
Those present at the founding of the nation became citizens. He was here.
There are those who claim that Jesus cannot be part of the nation. The anti-Christ liars will be proved wrong.
Isn't the office of president beneath Him? Wouldn't that be a demotion?
Would Jesus accept the office if it was offered to Him?
We can't speak authoritatively to that question. This is essentially a draft Jesus campaign. We would be out of line if we presumed to speak for Him.
We know He is perfectly capable of performing more than one office at the same time, and He has taken on the role of servant in the past.
You don't seriously expect Jesus to win the election or accept the office, do you?
With God all things are possible.
What is the real purpose of this campaign?
Although the constitutional system divides power among various offices of government, most consider the presidency to be “the highest office in the land.”
We believe the highest office in the land should belong to Jesus Christ.
We should offer Him all Legislative and Judicial power as well as the Executive.
We should change our system of government into a constitutional monarchy, with Jesus Christ as the acknowledged head.
Let us offer to Him what we can. National elections don't currently provide a referendum on whether Christ should be acknowledged as King. The vote for President is the closest thing available.
Is a vote for Jesus essentially a protest vote?
It could be. But it could also be much more.
It could be a prayer for national repentance.
What if millions of people voted for Jesus, and the election was thrown into the House of Representatives? This would force a major re-evalution of the direction and purpose of the nation.
The purpose of man is to glorify God. The purpose of all man's institutions should be the same.
How can America's national institutions give glory to God? People need to be thinking about this.
Isn't ______________ really God's candidate?
If you believe God wants you to vote for ______________ then you should certainly do so.
What about the Constitution Party?
We are very encouraged by the direction of the Constitution Party.
We are particularly pleased with the preamble to their platform, which acknowledges Jesus Christ as the source of life and liberty. As far as we know, this is the only viable national party to do so.
For those who think that voting for Jesus is impractical, this party's candidate might offer a good second choice.
Politicians promise -- but Jesus delivers!
For a Child is born; to us a Son is given; and the government is on His shoulder; and His name is called Wonderful, Counselor, The Mighty God, The Everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.
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