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Friday, September 19, 2008

Theological Science* and Economics 101

In yesterday’s blog, I showed that only three forms of economies are possible. I also showed that only one of these possible economies is true. The true one is an economy that grows continually. Yes, other economic forms have existed in the past before man found that God gave him freedom and before the USA was founded in1776. But, people in many nations are still not free today.

The founding of free nations is based on the social contract theories offered by Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau. The founding of the USA was based on Locke’s theory which has two parties of the contract, ‘Society’ and ‘Government.’ The Declaration of Independence defines Society and the Constitution defines ‘Government.’

However, as time passed, these founding documents were violated by people and factions who gained and used power. For instance, Society was denied by lawyers; God was not considered in Government operations; the originalities of the founding documents were denied; the Union became divided; the Supreme Court became a second legislative branch of Government; a rich class developed; and a laissez-faire economy developed.

The power gains of people and factions in the USA thus caused the creation of the ‘stable economy’ rather than the 'growth economy.' The life in such an economy is limited because the natural resources on any planet are limited.

Obviously, the true economy is the only rational economy. It is the only economy of humans. The continuing debates today between the Democratic and Republican parties in the USA are thus silly and often confused. And the continued support by ‘Government’’ of unstable companies is not rational.

Some members of the rich class and other intelligent persons are beginning to recognize the flaws in a randomly stabilized economy. Other rich people and many poor people say that ‘this is the way the world works.’ They are wrong.

* Theological science unifies scientific thoughts with people’s thoughts about God.


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