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We need to be crystal clear about CFL conference registration – registration is not closed for good!

The early registration deadline at a reduced price has passed, but you can still join us at the first-ever Christians for Liberty Conference for just $30 per adult and $15 per student. (Children 16 and under are still free, but we ask that you let us know you are bringing them!)

The sooner you can let us know you are attending, the better prepared we can be with great food, a great space, and great fellowship opportunities for everyone. Ready to sign up? Click here for full details and the registration form.

We look forward to seeing you in Austin on August 2nd (and for our panel and social on August 1st)!

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I recently had the pleasure of talking with Adam Bradt of the Liberationis Reipublicae Show on the Voluntary Virtues Network about Christianity and libertarianism, and I thought you’d like to hear it.

Also, Anand Venigalla at IndianLibertarians.org deserves a shout-out for suggesting this interview to Adam. Both have recently begun work at their various outlets and I wish them all the best in their efforts.

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I am pleased to announce that on the night before the Christians for Liberty Conference (August 1, Friday), we will be hosting a panel discussion and ice cream social for all conference attendees – and anyone else who wants to attend! The theme will be “Ask An Austin Activist Anything”, or AAAAA. Yes, really. Join me, CFL speaker Jason Rink, and Patrick Dixon and Lauren Daugherty of the Libertarian Party of Texas for some Q&A about how we view libertarianism and Christian faith, and how we engage our communities. After the panel, we of course encourage everyone to stick around for some great fellowship. Here are the details:

Date/Time: Friday, August 1st, 7 p.m.
Place: University Avenue Church of Christ Campus Center (first floor), 1903 University Avenue, Austin, TX

Directions and Parking: UA Church of Christ is located next to the UT-Austin campus at the corner of University Avenue and Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. At that intersection, you can head north on University and see the parking lot to the right as you pass by. Take a right on 20th street and then another right to loop around and enter that parking lot. You can also find street parking and nearby paid lots if the church lot is full. Do not park in the sorority parking lot at 20th and University, you will be towed! The campus center is the building on the north side of the church lot (you can’t miss it). See the following map for additional details.

This event is open to all attendees, but if you can’t make it because you are traveling then don’t fret! Enjoy your trip and be ready for a great conference on Saturday.

Haven’t registered for the Christians for Liberty Conference yet? Click here and register today!

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This is just a brief reminder that today is the registration deadline for the first ever Christians For Liberty Conference. We are just 3 weeks out! If you have not registered yet, click here and do so right away!

This event has the potential to bring together libertarian Christians from all over the world, building a new community to help change the world. However, the conference will not reach its potential on its own. Please help us spread the word by telling your friends and family about the event. The more the merrier!

Still unsure if you should attend? Check out this short video:

I hope you can join us!

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Introducing David Theroux, president of the Independent Institute and keynote speaker of the Christians for Liberty Conference! David has been an ardent supporter of LibertarianChristians.com from the beginning and I am thrilled to welcome him in person to Austin!

David J. Theroux is Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Independent Institute and Publisher of The Independent Review. He received his B.S., A.B., and M.S. from the University of California, Berkeley, and his M.B.A. from the University of Chicago. Books produced by Mr. Theroux have been the recipients of the Eric Hoffer Book Award Grand Prize, Templeton Freedom Award, two Mencken Awards for Best Book, seven Sir Antony Fisher International Memorial Awards for Best Book, two Benjamin Franklin Awards, four Independent Publisher Book Awards, Peter Shaw Memorial Award, and three Choice Magazine Awards for Outstanding Book. He is Founder and President of the C.S. Lewis Society of California, and he was founding Vice President and Director of Academic Affairs for the Cato Institute and founding President of the Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy.

Having directed and published over one hundred scholarly books, Mr. Theroux is the editor of the books, The Energy Crisis, Private Rights and Public Lands (with P. Truluck), and Politics and Tyranny, and his scholarly articles have appeared in the Journal of Private Enterprise, Culture and Civilization, and elsewhere. His articles and reviews have also appeared in USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, Christian Science Monitor, Investor’s Business Daily, Washington Times, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Dallas Morning News, Insight, other publications, and he has appeared on ABC, MSNBC, Fox Business Network, CNN, C-SPAN, NPR, Voice of America, and other local, national, and international TV and radio networks and programs.

A contributor to American Political Economy: An Encyclopedia, he has been a director of seven corporations and four foundations, he has been a member of the Koch Crime Commission, Prison Advisory Board for the California Little Hoover Commission, and Executive Committee for the Templeton Collegiate Honor Rolls for Education in a Free Society.

Find out more about the Independent Institute and sign up for the Christians for Liberty Conference today!

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Who is behind LCC?

Norman Horn is the creator and primary writer for LCC. Learn a little bit about him in the About Page. You can write him a note or ask a question at the Contact Page. Follow him on Twitter.

The Christians for Liberty Conference has a few open spots left. Sign up now!