We believe that all human beings are created equal and endowed by our Creator with certain fundamental rights; which are as follows:
1. The right of Religious Liberty (Religious Right),
2. The right to Life, and
3. The right to Private Property.
We believe that the abovementioned fundamental rights do have a range of expanded rights that are simply contextual identifications of the said fundamental rights to define their exercise in the variety of circumstances of human society.
We believe that there are two categories of Fundamental Rights, i.e. the Religious Right (the first right) which is absolute and the Non-Religious Rights (the second and third rights) which are relative. The first right is the chief or supreme right (often referred to in international circles as the cornerstone of all human rights). It (the first right) forms the context as well as defines the purpose and perspective of the second and third rights, not the other way around. It is therefore absolute because there are no circumstances that could ever demand its forfeiture, whilst there are circumstances under which the second and third rights can be justifiably forfeited through due process of law. The first right in reality cannot be forfeited since it is a matter of mind and conscience, however it is usually attacked by destroying in some form - the relative rights, which are the rights to life and private property.
We believe that by virtue of the aforementioned rights each individual has the right to self-determination which means that no other person or group or government can have the right to determine another person's choice/s or future, whether such course of action be deemed right or wrong.
We believe that embedded in the reality of being created with rights reflect the fact that our Creator also has certain rights that are binding on the human family to be respected in all actions and institutions. And that these rights not being human rights but Creator rights inherently possess a greater demand for respect and have greater consequences to their violations than that of human rights. These Divine rights are as follows:
1. The Right to be Worshipped alone by all;
(a) The Right to be idealized or exalted as God alone,
(b) The Right to centrally occupy everyone's mind continually,
(c) The Right to be religiously obeyed at all times,
2. The Right to be the only source of Revelation to all;
(a) The Right to be the lone source of self-revelation,
(b) The Right to be the source of faith for all,
(c) The Right to be the source of science for all,
(d) The Right to give commandments/law, and
3. The Right to be the only Judge of all;
(a) The Right to be the supreme governor of the universe,
(b) The Right to be the source of forgiveness for all,
(c) The Right to be the executive judge of the thoughts, beliefs, opinions,
consciences and choices of all, and
(d) The Right to execute penalty upon all.
We believe that human beings were not only endowed with basic rights but that we were also designed with personal freedoms for the purpose of facilitating the unhindered exercise, fulfillment and enjoyment of our said basic rights. These personal freedoms are as follows: