How does Christianity influence mankind's desire and ability to voluntarily cooperate or work together? CHOC II helps Christians begin to think through the matter of voluntary union versus compulsory union in all aspects of our national life. It is necessary to teach freedom in order to keep it. All students need to understand that they will either be free or enslaved, better to learn self-restraint under God than to lose our freedom altogether.
Shortly after publishing The Christian History of the Constitution of the United States of America: Christian Self-government in 1960 that would launch a thousand ships in the battle for the American soul, the second volume, The Christian History of the Constitution of the United States of America: Christian Self-government with Union, was published to teach:
- The first principles of liberty spring from the Christian view of God, man, and government.
- The Law of God and His Law of Nature are written on hearts and discernable by the faculty of reason.
- Make the contrast between the Christian and the godless view of government and the results of both.
- Observe the leadership of the clergy in sustaining a free government.
- And much more.