A do however feel that a Christian view of government differs significantly from views proposed by many political theorists of today. I believe the basis for civil government is rooted in our created nature, like the founding fathers did, but I also feel we are rational and volitional beings only to the extent of the checks and balances that are provided by our innate convictions that are provided by our spirits . We are not determined by fate, as the “politically correct” would have us believe, nor are we controlled by our environment or societal influences, as pundits that this modern day“politically correct” climate would have us believe....[such would be abundantly evident in the numerous and/or undocumented inaccurate assessment of myself and the charges of which I face that The Dallas Morning News and The City of Frisco's Dana Baird, Communication and Media Director would have you believe]. No, I as they do have the power of choice, therefore we can exercise delegated power over the created order within our societal venues that are held to that higher authority....which requires a moral compass .But either they don't quite get it yet, or more likely refuse to acknowledge their inept actions and choose to deny, cover-up..or worse yet propagate their slanderous and unjust ways by allowing it to go unchecked and/or rectified. They choose their socially correctness over a biblical view of human nature, that really requires demanding a governmental/law enforcement system that acknowledges not only their societal/human responsibility, but one that also possesses a moral compass!
The Bible describes two elements of human nature that deserve noting. These viewpoint are very helpful in judging government systems, because humans are created in the image of God ...and have been given the ability to exercise judgment and rationality. However, humans are also fallen creatures (That is in Gen. 3). Human sinfulness (you can find that in Rom. 3:23) has therefore created a need to control evil and sinful human behavior through civil government.