PreambleIn light of unending controversy and seemingly unattainable progress in contemporary cultural warfare, we at Fox Enterprises Limited proclaim our mission statement. This includes several constitutional principles as well as some Christian precepts familiar to most people:
There are several forces visibly at work in our culture which have strong affects on our people. Two of these forced are politics and intellectual pursuits. It is here where Fox Enterprises Limited hopes to have the most impact.
The conservative movement in the United States is the place where the Christian community has the strongest political voice and it is our goal to encourage a Christ-centered agenda. We hope to accomplish this goal with the utmost integrity and unity of spirit and mind. We do not encourage breaking from the major conservative force, the Republican Party, since it is this body which is most influential in battling those who oppose our Creator. Until that changes (and it is expected to eventually change) we will continue to support the GOP. We do encourage individual thought and effort, but also encourage a unified and organized movement. We would discourage intra-partisan division during the most important and impacting political events, such as a Presidential election. Most importantly we hope to undo certain mistakes of the past: namely, allowing unGodly men to take control of our government by telling fellow believers to stay away from politics. We must encourage our brothers and sisters in Christ to take an interest in politics, and get involved.
In the intellectual realm, such as scientific circles, the Christian faith is best represented as the Creationist/Intelligent Design view. We recognize the concept that a Creator and an atheistic natural system are polar opposites on the issue of the origin of the universe, of life, or the meaning of life. An open-minded view of reality suggests the evidence does not support a natural system guided solely by randomness. Therefore we must reject the atheistic world view of evolution as well as the ideas of theistic evolution. These two concepts are incompatible with the Biblical descriptions of creation because there was no death before sin entered the world (1 Corinthians 15:21; Romans 8:20-22; Romans 5:12). We see the controversy of creation vs. evolution as merely a playing field in the greater battle of Good vs. Evil. We would state that the teaching of evolution or theistic evolution, Darwinism, or any other such belief based on anti-religious bias and misrepresentation is a danger to the well being of our world, individually and collectively. Unlike the subjective worlds of philosophy and politics, we see the scientific basis of this fight to allow for minimal compromise. If science is the search for fact and/or truth, then there should be minimal allowance for opinion. Speculation is highly discouraged, though sometimes necessary; we do understand the fact that there will always be more questions. We believe, in the Creationist worldview, theories serve the facts; in the evolutionist worldview, the facts serve the theories. People may be entitled to their own opinions, but not their own facts.