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Social Positivism

"uniting the right in faith"

Legal rights are products of a liberal state. Legal rights create social division and social injustice because they are not generated by methodological science. The worlds political and economic systems are based on legal rights and are corrosive of the social order. Anything that produces social  division creates injustice. Injustice offends our human rights. Injustice destroys peace, prosperity and progress. Injustice destroys the church. Demand justice. Fight for the right to have all social policy to be based on reason, not emotion. 

About Us

Who We Are:

Social Positivism is an expert in the establishment of bonds of trust.


What We Do:

Social Positivists unites the right by building up communities of trust.


How We Do It

Social Positivists demonstrate the bible is the only solution to mankind's social problems, that the church is the only concrete answer to the lack of trust and the social division that has caused so many problems in the world. Social Positivists assist organizations and individuals to build bonds of faith and communities of Trust.


The bible contains solutions to the world’s social problems. The bible is useful as a handbook guiding the formation of communities of trust. 

A positive solution is defined as a useful solution.  a useful solution is one with a quantified measure of value as measured by the contribution an action or process makes to a community. Positive solutions lead to greater trust or does not conflict with social objectives based on higher levels of trust, such as ….

  • Full employment.
  • Good works.
  • Rationality.
  • Methodological verifiability.
  • growth in the Christian Church.
  • A positive attitude.
  • Positive ownership.
  • Positive markets.
  • Local autonomy.
  • Subsidiarity.
  • The Middle Class.
  • Human rights.
  • Positive Democracy
  • Human dignity
  • Local ownership of local resources.
  • Cooperation and consensus building.
  • Our rights to the lands we inhabit.
  • The formation of positive exchanges.
  • Payment for all services rendered and to all who create value, including housewife’s, students, and those who volunteer their services.


Positive solutions do not produce …

  • Social costs
  • Public and semi-private ownership.
  • Divide and conquer strategies.
  • Hierarchies whether in the public or private sector.
  • Globalism and its expression in and through indirect ownership models.
  • Relativism in culture, morality and science.
  • Environmental damage.


Positive solutions end one or more of the following problems:

  • Unemployment
  • Social costs
  • Waste
  • The public sector
  • Pollution
  • Debt
  • Taxation
  • Inflation
  • Business Cycles
  • Monetary constraints on the formation of businesses.
  • Marginalization
  • Economic inequality
  • Economic injustice


The Nature Of Evil