Material from Wikipedia supplied by Adam C. English

Range of capital offenses

North favors capital punishment for a range of offenders; including women who lie about their virginity, blasphemers, nonbelievers, children who curse their parents,[22][23] male homosexuals, and other people who commit acts deemed capital offenses in the Old Testament.[24] North also favors capital punishment for women who have abortions.[25][26] North stated that the biblical admonition to kill homosexuals in Leviticus is God’s “law and its morally appropriate sanction”, arguing that “God is indeed a homophobe” who “hates the practice [of homosexuality] and those who practice it” and “hates the sin and hates the sinner.”[27]

North has said that capital punishment should be carried out by stoning, because it is the biblically approved method of execution and it is cheap due to the plentiful and convenient supply of stones.[28][29]

Religious liberty

North said: “We must use the doctrine of religious liberty to gain independence for Christian schools until we train up a generation of people who know that there is no religious neutrality, no neutral law, no neutral education, and no neutral civil government. Then they will get busy in constructing a Bible-based social, political and religious order which finally denies the religious liberty of the enemies of God.”

Adam C. English suggests that this quote implies that “religious liberty is a useful tool to Christians in the present, yet is ultimately to be denied to anyone who is not Christian once the Christians are in power”.[31] English argues that although this may seem inconsistent (advocating religious liberty but denying the reality of the notion), North and his fellow Reconstructionists understand “liberty” in a theological sense. According to the Reconstructionists, “anyone outside of the Christian faith is in bondage,” and so “government by rigorous theonomy is not oppressive but liberating.”