Dr. Jamin Hübner is General Editor of Christian Libertarian Review. He is an entrepreneur, musician, and theologian from South Dakota, and currently serves as the Director of Institutional Effectiveness and founding Chair of Christian Studies at John Witherspoon College. He is a graduate of Dordt College (BA, Theology), Reformed Theological Seminary (MA, Religion) and the University of South Africa (ThD, Systematic Theology), and is presently a student at Southern New Hampshire University (MS, Economics).
Favorite figures of the liberty movement
Jesus of Nazareth, Lao-tzu, Mary Wollstonecraft, Rose Wilder, Tom Woods, Ron Paul, Robert Murphy
Ron Paul, The Revolution: A Manifesto
Rose Wilder, The Discovery of Freedom
Andrew Napolitano, It’s Dangerous to be Right When the Government is Wrong
Henry Hazlitt, Economics in One Lesson
Murray Rothbard, A History of Money and Banking in the US
John Howard Yoder, The Politics of Jesus
Nicholas Wolterstorff, Justice
I spent a year trying to perfect cooking pumpkin pancakes, only to fail miserably. I have visions of building the largest Christian monastery in the world somewhere around the Black Hills. Jessica and I read all of Albert Speer’s Memoirs of the Third Reich for morning devotions in 2015-2016.