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Social Positivists

 teaching the church about human rights 

What We Do Expanded


Social Positivists promote ..


  • The building of the Christian Church
  • A positive attitude
  • Environmentalism from a Scriptural perspective.
  • Positive ownership as a type of ownership consistent with scripture and environmentalist objectives.
  • Positive markets as a green market.
  • Local autonomy.
  • Subsidiarity.
  • Control through ownership.
  • Solutions sourced in scripture.
  • The Middle Class.
  • Human rights.
  • Positive Democracy
  • Local Green businesses as opposed to globalist corporations.
  • Cooperation and consensus building between stakeholders.
  • The peoples universal and inalienable rights to the lands we inhabit.
  • The formation of positive exchanges and grassroots organization.


Social Positivists oppose:

  • The public and semi-private ownership models.
  • 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.
  • Unaccounted for social costs.
  • Environmental policy that abandon market factors.