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William Collier- I am all about freedom, especially freedom to find and fulfill God’s best for your life with excellence and in a freewill covenant association with other people of your own choosing. I further believe every child is owed the right to learn of the ways of God and to be raised by his or her natural parents within a community of people who nurture the best in them, free of corrupting influences. But in a society that applauds sins as rights and righteousness as wrongs it is both difficult for adults to pursue God’s best and unlikely children will be nurtured in a most healthy and uplifting manner. This essay is directed at Christians who embrace the long-held tenets of Christian doctrinal and moral orthodoxy and who wish to be part of a society of people who adhere to those tenets as the basis of their freewill covenant association. If your definition of freedom creates a social milieu in which pursuit of God’s best and the imparting of God’s truth to the next generation are hindered or even shunned, then this is not true freedom as God sees it. Our objective is to conform our lives and our