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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Constitutional Republic of Union of Christian States (elected )

Founder: The Constitutional Republic of Union of Christian States

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Most Devout: 174th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 215th Most Nations: 441st+24
Best Weather: 692nd Largest Black Market: 838th Lowest Crime Rates: 873rd Most Cheerful Citizens: 879th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 903rd Most Beautiful Environments: 939th Nicest Citizens: 1,131st Most Advanced Public Education: 1,149th Most Cultured: 1,165th Healthiest Citizens: 1,170th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,234th Largest Governments: 1,327th Most Advanced Public Transport: 1,341st Most Advanced Law Enforcement: 1,369th Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 1,438th Most Influential: 1,484th Highest Poor Incomes: 1,556th Highest Economic Output: 1,719th Most Compassionate Citizens: 1,777th Largest Welfare Programs: 1,827th Most Corrupt Governments: 1,937th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,969th Highest Average Incomes: 2,031st Most Subsidized Industry: 2,120th
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    LCN Executive Orders

    FactbookLegislation by Union of Christian States . 233 reads.

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    LCN Featured Content Collection

    FactbookMiscellaneous by Vos istra . 64 reads.

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    LCN Regional Charter & Code of Law

    FactbookLegislation by Sanpine . 214 reads.

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    CILJ - Lodge a Case

    BulletinPolicy by The CILJ Clerk . 176 reads.

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    Pro-Life International FAQ

    MetaReference by Pro-Life International . 2,339 reads.

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    NationStates Christian Community Church

    BulletinPolicy by Ecclestia . 703 reads.

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    LCN Charter

    FactbookLegislation by Union of Christian States . 643 reads.

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    LCN- Christian Law Articles

    FactbookInternational by Union of Christian States . 550 reads.

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Regional Power: Moderate

League of Christian Nations contains 29 nations, the 441st most in the world.

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As a region, League of Christian Nations is ranked 17,574th in the world for Highest Drug Use.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Christian Socialist Republic of Free AltiusLeft-Leaning College State“Do justice, love mercy, walk humbly”
2.The Commonwealth of MendeviaLeft-wing Utopia“Dum spiro spero”
3.The Polynesian Kingdom of KeaholoaDemocratic Socialists“Kū Haʻaheo I Ke Kapu Aloha”
4.The Republic of BrusiaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Victoria per Dominum nostrum Iesum Christum”
5.The Free Land of WaelLiberal Democratic Socialists“Create with the heart; build with the mind.”
6.The Empire of DrutonFather Knows Best State“Never Despair”
7.The National Capitalists of The UCOAFather Knows Best State“♥All hail the deamons of Razgriz♥”
8.The Supreme Holy Empire of GildaarTyranny by Majority“Cross over into the Light, says the Lord!”
9.The Principality of SevenaerDemocratic Socialists“Blast - Build - Battle”
10.The Holy Empire of Sainte HughesDemocratic Socialists“The Land, The Lord, The Light”
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The Divine Republic of Gilead wrote:No, I am not trying to troll at all. Perhaps I misunderstood and I ask your patience. Now I sort of see a relationship to the meaning of Jihad in Islam. I spoke with and Imam once and he explained the real meaning of the term, not to conduct violence against others, but wage a fight of self-improvement to improve one's-self in terms of morality, religiously speaking. I apologize if I did not get the meaning of what Nauvoo-Zion said.

No apology necessary, it can be difficult to interpret tone and inflections via text.

Nauvoo-Zion wrote:No apology necessary, it can be difficult to interpret tone and inflections via text.

Exactly. Morality is always a difficult landscape for people to traverse, no matter the forum. The only thing I can not abide by is outright hatred, which doesn't seem to be problem here. I like discussion, even debate, I just hope that my words are not interpreted as trying to be insulting or stated as irrefutable fact, they are simply my points of view. The Bible can be difficult to understand at times, in particular with regards to the difference in tone when it comes to sin and the distribution of punishment in the Old Testament, versus the more accepting and forgiving tone of the New Testament. I can't remember which nation member said it, but they seemed to view the Old Testament more as a telling of history rather than a guide on how to live, while the New Testament was more suited to guiding how we live. I guess that's why we typically studied the New Testament in Catholic school over the Old Testament lol.

The Divine Republic of Gilead wrote:Exactly. Morality is always a difficult landscape for people to traverse, no matter the forum. The only thing I can not abide by is outright hatred, which doesn't seem to be problem here. I like discussion, even debate, I just hope that my words are not interpreted as trying to be insulting or stated as irrefutable fact, they are simply my points of view. The Bible can be difficult to understand at times, in particular with regards to the difference in tone when it comes to sin and the distribution of punishment in the Old Testament, versus the more accepting and forgiving tone of the New Testament. I can't remember which nation member said it, but they seemed to view the Old Testament more as a telling of history rather than a guide on how to live, while the New Testament was more suited to guiding how we live. I guess that's why we typically studied the New Testament in Catholic school over the Old Testament lol.

Granted, but the laws of Christ are harder than the laws of the Hebrews. Israel was told that adultery was sin, but Christ says that EVEN TO LUST is adulterous.

does the WA force you to legalize laws they pass even if you vote against?

O God, you have taken to yourself the blessed Virgin Mary, mother of your incarnate Son: Grant that we, who have been redeemed by his blood, may share with her the glory of your eternal kingdom; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.

Costa Rica2 wrote:does the WA force you to legalize laws they pass even if you vote against?

If you are in the World Assembly then they do take place, yes. It's not so much an enforcement issue since it's all roleplaying anyway and nothing really changes in your country. To give you an example, I believe is abortion is currently allowed in WA although it's been debated for years and they might have repealed it I'd have to check. Anyway when I look at the policies of my country it says that abortion is illegal despite me being in the WA.

What the laws that are passed do is either increase or decrease the civil rights percentage that you see on your nation's stats page. There is even a law that gives penalties to people who do not follow the laws that are passed, but that is also roleplaying and if you say you will not enforce or follow these laws it's up to you to yell about it in the WA forums. Now I could be wrong, but this is how I remember it being.

To expand on this say there was a bill that said everyone had to eat cheese on Tuesday and it gets passed. Well how is that enforceable? This internet game that we play does not have the ability to actually enforce that at the moment.

The Divine Republic of Gilead wrote:Perhaps, but I still aim to understand religion and engage with those that are faithful to build a a more welcoming and inclusive world. There are a lot of things in the Bible that are considered sinful, but society has realized that morality differs greatly from person to person, so to build a world that can function cohesively, we have to accept that our beliefs do not always match 100%. There are things I do not find moral, i.e.: hunting animals simply for sport, but I do not believe in drafting laws to prevent it. I only seek to open a dialogue with others, not cause any trouble.

Like haveing a concubine and polygamy.

Shalom everyone <3

Mendevia wrote:If you are in the World Assembly then they do take place, yes. It's not so much an enforcement issue since it's all roleplaying anyway and nothing really changes in your country. To give you an example, I believe is abortion is currently allowed in WA although it's been debated for years and they might have repealed it I'd have to check. Anyway when I look at the policies of my country it says that abortion is illegal despite me being in the WA.

What the laws that are passed do is either increase or decrease the civil rights percentage that you see on your nation's stats page. There is even a law that gives penalties to people who do not follow the laws that are passed, but that is also roleplaying and if you say you will not enforce or follow these laws it's up to you to yell about it in the WA forums. Now I could be wrong, but this is how I remember it being.

To expand on this say there was a bill that said everyone had to eat cheese on Tuesday and it gets passed. Well how is that enforceable? This internet game that we play does not have the ability to actually enforce that at the moment.

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