Statement on Sanctity of Human Life
God created human beings with inherent value, worth and dignity because they are made in His image. From conception to natural death, all human beings possess a God-given inviolate right to life founded upon this image-bearing nature.
A biblical ethic on the sanctity of human life is a critical tenet of the Christian faith as a matter of historical orthodoxy, doctrinal consistency, and scriptural authority. The Issachar Imperative will continue to teach, advocate, and espouse that life begins at conception and inherent value and dignity immediately attach and warrant protection until natural death. In doing so, the Issachar Imperative strives to preserve, strengthen, and restore a biblical view of human life that honors God and promotes the common good now and for coming generations.
(Genesis 4:9-11, 9:6; Exodus 20:13; Psalm 139:13-16; Isaiah 46:3-4; Jeremiah 1:5)