World Inter-faith Court

World Governmental Diplomacy
Official Authority as a Court of Law

The World Interfaith Court is an ecclesiastical court or court spiritual, is any of certain courts having jurisdiction mainly in spiritual or religious matters. In the Middle Ages in many areas of Europe these courts had much wider powers than before the development of nation states. They were experts in interpreting canon law, a basis of which was the Corpus Juris Civilis of Justinian replaced by the Novus Codex, which is considered the source of the civil law legal tradition. Inherently possessing official statutory authority of supra-governmental natural law jurisdiction, can adjudicate cases involving all governments, state agencies, and officials, also including non-territorial sovereign subjects of international law, which are otherwise denied access to the treaty-based & canonical Courts. This capability is provided through the World Government’s Supreme World Court Division.

Acta Curiae (Latin meaning “acts of court”), are records of the proceedings in ecclesiastical courts and in quasi-ecclesiastical courts, particularly of universities. They are sometimes also known as Registers of the Chancellor’s or Vice-Chancellor’s Court. This type of court was often used by local people who were college servants, to settle minor legal disputes. Records of a Vice-Chancellor’s Court at the University of Cambridge, exist from 1549 to 1883.
Through the World Government’s Supreme World Court Division and the World Temple’s, World Interfaith Court who also serves as an authorized official “Court of Record”, by appointment from any nation-state, indigenous government or sovereign subject of international law which chooses to delegate its relevant Judiciary functions to the Court. Our Ancient Interfaith Court is establish according to Deuteronomy 1:16-17.

Indigenous governments or historical institutions which traditionally possess sovereignty of statehood retain such status by “customary international law” (UN Diplomatic Relations, Preamble, Article 47.1; UN Consular Relations, Preamble; UN Immunities of States, Preamble: 5; UN Law of Treaties, Preamble, Article 38). Such status as a sovereign “subject of international law” is binding upon all countries regardless of recognition (UN Law of Treaties, Articles 3, 38), and inherently possesses diplomatic and consular relations (UN Consular, Articles 3, 1(d), 17.1) including as a non-territorial state (UN Diplomatic, Articles 1(i), 3.1(a).
Accordingly, this Court is dedicated to invoking the power of God’s Word regarding the supreme law of the Universe vis-à-vis secular law, as codified and expounded in the Bible:

Leviticus 19:15 Perversion of justice
Exodus 1: 15-22 Obeying God and disobeying an unjust law of the land
Ecclesiastes 5:8 Uphold justice
Hosea 8:4 Man appointed rulers
Deuteronomy 1:13-18;

Ezra 7: 24-26 Ecclesiastical authority

Deuteronomy 17: 8-13 Ecclesiastical courts
Isaiah 9:6-7 Ecclesiastical government
Isaiah 10:1-2 Woe to injustice, unjust laws
Hebrews 13:17 Obedience to leaders, submission to authority
Matthew 22: 36-40 Love God and obey nature’s and the creator’s commandments
John 10:8 Gateway to the truth
Romans 12:2 Nonconformity with secularism
1 Corinthians 10:26 Eminent domain of God – the earth is the Lord’s

Colossians 1:18 Supremacy of Jesus Christ
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