TCRP In Pakistan
(5/19/11) Recently, I have been in conversation with Christian pastors in Pakistan about forming The Creator's Rights Party (TCRP) there because TCRP is a way to teach people God's plan for government that is in direct opposition to both the Muslim model of government as well as the secular model of government, an alternative that offers hope to Pakistani Christians.
Two articles we had written opened the door to the Pakistan Chistians. This one: http://www.christiangallery.com/TCRPstrategy.html that led to the article about Jonathan O'Toole's speech at a Muslim rally in California: http://www.christiangallery.com/muslimrally.html
When Pakistani pastors saw that The Creator's Rights Party had an agenda that included making contact with people in Muslim countries, they decided that The Creator's Rights Party offered hope to them in the Lord and contacted me to learn how The Creator's Rights Party could be formed in Pakistan.
The reason Pakistani Christian leadership finds hope in The Creator's Right Party is clear. Christians in Pakistan are under attack by the governments of this world. On the one hand, the Muslim majority government sees Pakistani Christians as a potential source of disloyalty to Sharia Law--or some more secular variation of Muslim control like the one presently in power. And on the other hand the Christians in Pakistan realize that American Christian support of the secular government in the USA is a totally unacceptable option for Pakistani Christians because Pakistani Christians know that secular government is as anti-Christ as any form of government in the history of the world.
When Pakistani Christian leadership grasped what The Creator's Rights Party stood for, it made perfect sense to them. Why wouldn't God raise up a political party for the purpose of defending the Rights of the Christian God in the face of a world already being seized by governments utterly opposed to government by Jesus Christ? Was not there One Creator? Was not He the God and Father of the Lord Jesus Christ? Was not Jesus Christ King of kings? Why would He not institute The Creator's Rights Party as His voice vying for power for His Law in this confused and divided world?
When it became clear that we had formed a political party to defend that Creator's Rights as defined in the Declaration of Independence, Pakistani Christians went, "Heck Yes! That's what God would do in a time like this." And they contacted me.
It is not surprising that the plan for government God defined in the American Declaration of Independence that I have spent nearly 30 trying to teach people about is closer to being understood by Christians in Pakistan than by Christians in the USA. American Christians have proven they are willing to support a secular government up to and including the use of weapons of mass destruction against any peoples of the world who oppose secular government.
What the vast majority of American Christians cannot, or will not, understand is how our present collaboration with this secular government in the USA--a collaboration that is proved clearly by the refusal of most American Christians to even think about joining The Creator's Rights Party--is the most confusing thing Christians can do on earth because instead of opposing a secular government that institutes laws that are the direct opposite of God's law defined in 1 Timothy 1:8-11, American Christians provide the literal foundation upon which such a government lives and moves and has its being.
Pakistani Christians might be able to show American Christians why standing up for The Creator's Rights instead of supporting any other form of government is a no-brainer...a no-brainer, that is, for those who walk not in the flesh, but in the Holy Spirit of the One, True God and Father of the Lord Jesus Christ--the Triune One.