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Aug
20

Stuck in the Middle

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The Christians for Liberty 2014 Conference has come and gone, but now we get to post the videos from the conference for everyone to see.

Talking to Christians about libertarianism can be challenging at times. Doug Stuart says we often feel “stuck in the middle” between liberal and conservative Christians. In this presentation, Doug discusses conversational strategies Christian libertarians can employ to reach out to Christian conservatives and liberals.

Have you had successful (or not successful!) experiences talking to Christians about liberty? Tell us about it in the comments, and let us know which of Doug’s strategies you are going to use next.

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The Christians for Liberty 2014 Conference has come and gone, but now we get to post the videos from the conference for everyone to see.

Is statism a form of religion? Jason Rink contends that it very well may be, as it has many of the standard features that makes up a religion. As Christians, we are to proclaim the Kingdom of God, that Jesus is Lord and Caesar is not. That’s a radical message in the modern world. Watch Jason’s talk from the Christians for Liberty 2014 Conference.

Do you agree that the state is not the Kingdom of God? Spread the word and share on your favorite social network!

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The Christians for Liberty 2014 Conference has come and gone, but now we get to post the videos from the conference for everyone to see. Now, enjoy my presentation on The Biblical Foundations of Christian Libertarianism, where I give my thoughts on the foundational texts and theological reasoning that informs this understanding of Christianity and liberty.

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The first-ever Christians for Liberty Conference will be taking place this weekend and registration closes at the end of Tuesday night so that we can plan accordingly for food. Registration is just $30 for adults, $15 for students. The main event is Saturday from 9am to 8pm and includes lunch, dinner, and welcome coffee/pastries. It will be held at St. Edwards University Ragsdale Center in Austin, Texas. Learn more and register here:
http://libertarianchristians.com/CFL

We have a stellar lineup of speakers from a variety of backgrounds, check out the full schedule here:
http://libertarianchristians.com/2014/07/20/cfl-schedule/

On Friday night, we have a panel discussion (with copious quantities of Blue Bell ice cream) including Pat Dixon, Lauren Daugherty, Jason Rink, and Norman Horn with an activism theme. It will be at the University Avenue Church of Christ campus center, which is on MLK drive across from the Texas History Museum. More details here:
http://libertarianchristians.com/2014/07/15/cfl-friday-night-event/

On Sunday afternoon, we will have a very brief devotional service and open discussion (theme: frontiers of research and activism for Christian libertarians), also at the University Avenue Church of Christ. More details here:
http://libertarianchristians.com/2014/07/24/sunday-devo-and-discussion/

There’s not much time left, so get registered today!

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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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