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Cheon Il Guk Constitution

For decades, Rev. Sun Myung Moon, our True Father, outlined a constitution for God’s Kingdom on Earth. Under True Mother’s guidance, the Cheon Il Guk Constitution has been written. What does it say? How is Cheon Il Guk supposed to work? Is it democracy? Is it theocracy? This series of twenty-three articles explains in detail.

A Circle Around Father and Mother

Because external form reflects internal nature, our political government will reflect our self-government. If we are a people of true love, so will be...

God’s Government is a Garden

The Principle states that government should model itself on “a perfect individual.” The mind and body of such an individual possesses six functions. The...

Partnership in Elections

Presently, membership in the Eui Won, the Assembly, is Cheon Il Guk’s only elected position. Nevertheless, the qualifications for every other office are up...

System of a Oneness

The Principle states that Cheon Il Guk should have the integrated system of a perfect individual. The Cheon Eui Won, Cheon Il Guk’s parliament,...

A Blueprint for Heaven

The Cheon Il Guk Constitution sets forth its amendment process in Chapter 11. In compliance with it, in 2016, a legislative committee circulated proposed...

A Declaration of Independence and Constitution

What the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution did for the United States, the Heavenly Constitution does for Cheon Il Guk. It tells the...

Absolute Values and Information Systems

Cheon Il Guk is designed on the model of a perfect individual. The human body possesses a huge information system from the brain to...

Out of Many, One

The United States has a divine ideal: e pluribus unum, “out of many, one.” Why have we fallen short? The answer comes from God: before...

The King of Heart

The Divine Principle teaches there is no freedom without results based on heart. Father Moon had aspirations for great results: millions of members, the...

The Path to Nationhood

A federation is a form of government that shares power between a central authority and its constituent units. Our Constitution is the law of...