2í74 LEVITICUS: AN ECONOMIC COMMENTARY warlordism  (anarcho-capitalism)  ends the appeals system with the most militarily powerful individual or with the court of the most powerful private police force in a system of private, com- peting courts. In the version of truncated courts known as nationalism, appeals end with a national civil court. Both of these truncated judicial systems are associated with the right- wing  Enlightenment  model.  These  are  polytheistic  judicial models: many laws, many gods. Rushdoony writes: ďThe prem- ise of polytheism is that we live in a  multiverse,  not a universe, that a variety of law-orders and hence lords exist, and that man cannot therefore be under one law  except by virtue of imperial- ism.Ēlg Biblical law, being universal in scope, is not polytheistic. It is also not imperialistic. The top-down judicial order of imperial- ism is Satanís perverse imitation of Godís kingdom. Both sys- tems are comprehensive in their claims, but they are structured differently. Godís kingdom is a bottom-up system of appeals courts based on binding covenantal oaths. But the biblical sys- tem of appeals courts cannot be limited, for the universalist of Godís mandatory covenantal  oaths cannot be limited. There is no zone of neutrality, no place of refuge outside the jurisdiction of God. Judicial Trinitarianism proposes the ideal of Christendom. Because it envisions the extension of Godís universal kingdom in history, it affirms a  confessionally  unified pair of appeals systems Ė ecclesiastical and civil Ė that transcends national bor- ders.  Judicial  Trinitarianism  is  necessarily  internationalist  be- cause the kingdom of God transcends political borders.20 Mod- ern Christianity, being antinomian, rejects the ideal of this international kingdom. The churches deny the possibility of internationalism because they deny the universality of Godís 19. Rushdoony  Institutes, p. 17. 20. Gary North,  Healer of the Nation-r Bibhcal Bltwprints for International Relatwns (Ft. Worth, Texas: Dominion Press, 1987).