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All Articles by Eli Hage

Culture

We the People are Not Statues

Monuments are mnemonic devices. They help us memorize images that represent a certain historical narrative. If you take a stroll …

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Libertarianism

Stewardship Starts with People

Protests against the financial repercussions of certain environmental policies are breaking out in Europe. On November 17, more than 300,000 …

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Libertarianism

The Curse of Knowledge Bias: Do You Know What I Know?

A few weeks ago, I attended a lecture on the relationship between community and individual identity. The lecturer began with …

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Libertarianism

St. Antony, Desert Monasticism, and the Remnant

Communities are formed naturally through shared experiences. They grow out of the hopes, struggles, and aspirations of their founding members. …

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Libertarianism

To Win, Libertarians Need to Show More Emotion. Libertarian Christians Can Help

Emotions are powerful. Their rise and fall, twist and turns, can make life feel like a roller-coaster. Some days we …

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Libertarianism

Beauty, Liberty, and a Brave New World

Towards the end of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, the protagonist, John (“the Savage”), is introduced to Mustapha Mond, the …

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Libertarianism

The Creation Story, Part II: the Responsibility of Adam and Eve

In The Creation Story, Part I, we discussed the Hebrew term ha-adam. God creates ha-adam out of nothing (creatio ex …

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Libertarianism

The Creation Story

The Freedom of Ha-Adam The Book of Genesis begins with creation. God creates the heavens and the earth. He creates …

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Libertarianism

Why Social Institutions Matter for Human Flourishing

The Libertarian Christian Institute outlines five core values, the third of which is that “Social Institutions Matter for Human Flourishing.” …

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Politics

The United States & North Korea: the Formation of a Relationship

Donald Trump has become the first sitting United States President to meet with a North Korean Leader. Depending on who …

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Libertarianism

The Ambiguity of Selfishness

A common criticism of capitalism is that it is inherently immoral. Capitalism is conflated into some type of economic Darwinism …

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Theology

Do I Respect My Free Will?

God has gifted us with free will. We can choose between right and wrong, good and evil. We are free …

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Christian Worldview

How to Keep Calm and Carry On in Turbulent Times

Who believes in the invisible hand nowadays? Keynesian techniques are the only techniques we can confidently expect to be implemented …

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Theology

Misshaping Scripture for Political Gain: The Acts 2 Argument

It’s not uncommon to find Christians defending their political sympathies with isolated Scripture verses.  Jesus can be construed as a …

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