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The Kingdom of Families

As does the American Declaration of Independence, the Cheon Il Guk Constitution contains a pledge. Those fifty-six...

The Divine Architecture of Cheon Il Guk

What the U.S. Declaration of Independence calls “self-evident truths,” the Cheon Il Guk Constitution calls “General Provisions.”...

The Sovereignty of Happiness

The second chapter of the Constitution is entitled “Citizens of Cheon Il Guk.” Anyone who attends God...

God’s Government is a Garden

The Principle states that government should model itself on “a perfect individual.” The mind and body of...

The Buck Stops Here

The Cheon Il Guk Constitution assigns responsibility for final decisions on earth to the Supreme Council. The...

The Offering of the Office Holder

The Heavenly Constitution specifies a small number of public offices. The Supreme Council has 13. The Jeong...

The Jeong Won: Boldness and Teamwork

The Principle states that government should model itself on “a perfect individual.” In such an individual, with...

System of a Oneness

The Principle states that Cheon Il Guk should have the integrated system of a perfect individual. The...