The purpose of this site is to advance the first principles of the only remedy for lawlessness, namely, the true law, found in two volumes: our common law (a slice of the unwritten laws of nature) and our Bible (the written laws of Nature's God). The observations and works on this site are those of Brent Allan Winters.
Inn Church maintains this website.
Show me your lawgiver, and I will show you your god.
Throughout history, whoever or whatever a man looks to as his final arbiter of right and wrong in individual instances, from whose decision there is no appeal, mankind has called a lawgiver or in more recent English, a god.
He who does not willingly speak the truth, when law entitles the hearer to it, is a betrayer of the truth.
—Maxim of our Common Law
Thy word is truth.
—Jesus Christ (John 17:17)
The brooding omnipresence of the law, says Justice Joseph Story, comprises its utterly inescapable consequences.
Wherever Scripture is known, it reformeth all things and setteth everything in order.
[T]he Supreme Being...created matter out of nothing, He impressed certain principles upon the matter, from which it can never depart… This will of [man’s] Maker is called the law of nature…
The doctrines...we call revealed or divine law...are...found only in the holy scriptures …
Upon these two foundations, the law of nature and the law of revelation, depend all human laws; that is to say, no human laws should be suffered to contradict these.
—Wm. Blackstone (1765)
At common law & according to the Good Book, a man's peace results from ordering his affairs according to the order of the God of all order. Peace is not the absence of battle, but one's holding fast to that order, even in the throes of battle.
—Brent Allan Winters
The more we sweat in peace, the less we bleed in war.
The only remedy for lawlessness is true law.