We know how important it is to have ready answers to a defense of freedom, so we’re making some for you!
Mid-2020 we will release a book that will answer these questions in clear, succinct, and compelling ways.
This is the proposition that Bob Murphy, popular libertarian economist and Christian, will defend. Opposing him will be Tony Campolo, longtime progressive evangelical advocate for social justice.
The debate will be recorded and published on Reason Magazine’s YouTube channel and their podcast.
We have every reason to believe that the publicity gained by this debate will position LCI at the forefront of the debate for liberty, and a beacon of light for Christians seeking solid support for free markets.
We’re going to create a series of short, sharable videos for you to learn and share.
Each video will feature a single person speaking to the camera about the topic directly, raising concern over the objection, and answering it satisfactorily. Cuts will be made to illustrations or animations capturing the information being said.
The purpose of the CLR is to foster intellectual dialogue, exploration, and research surrounding the relationship between Christianity and libertarian thought. As a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary journal, contributions may span into fields of philosophy, political philosophy, theology, ethics, law, economics, anthropology, history, social studies and similar disciplines in the humanities and social sciences.
David Lipscomb’s “On Civil Government” is an underappreciated asset for Christian Libertarians. In collaboration with Ed Stringham at AIER, LCI is working to produce an annotated reprint edition of this book that will provide greater depth of understanding for Christian thinkers and historians far beyond libertarian circles. We also plan to record an audiobook as well.
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