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Libertarianism

Swords into Plowshares: What WWI and Nagasaki Should Remind Us About Christmas

This guest post by Cody Cook. Cody Cook is a theology graduate student and the author of several books, including …

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Libertarianism

Libertarianism 2: Understanding the Non-Aggression Principle

This is a guest post by Dr. Vic McCracken, who is a Professor of Ethics and Theology at Abilene Christian …

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Libertarianism

On Fluffy Animals, Armed Bandits, and the Inner Logic of Libertarianism

This is a guest post by Dr. Vic McCracken, who is a Professor of Ethics and Theology at Abilene Christian …

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History

Caesar and God in Context

LibertarianChristians.com is pleased to welcome Christopher Bevis in our next guest post, originally published on LewRockwell.com, entitled “Caesar and God …

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Culture

Rights, Obligations, Favor and Love

John Knowlton is an entrepreneur, pastor, and avid cyclist. He lives in Kalamazoo, MI with his wife and children. Find …

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Culture

The Halo Effect: Why People Trust the State

This is a guest post by Caleb Furlough. He received his PhD from North Carolina State University in Human Factors …

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History

Do you still have a 9-11 Mentality?

My good friend Anthony Gregory has written a spectacular retrospective of 9-11 at the Independent Institute blog. It encapsulates how …

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History

ISIS, the Crusades, and Religious Violence

With the savage violence being reported daily from the Middle East, and with news of the recent Christian martyrs in Libya, what to do and how to respond has been a hotly debated topic. In most conversations, the only points of debate are how much military power needs to be exerted and how swiftly these powers should act. While this is expected of mainstream political players which are essentially characterized by their use of force, such attitudes are becoming increasingly more common in Christian circles.

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Theology

Vengeance is Mine, Says the Lord

This guest post was written by Kollin Fields. …Trample underfoot those who lust after tribute; scatter the peoples who delight …

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Christian Worldview

“The Son Of Man Is Not Come To Destroy Men’s Lives, But To Save Them”

This guest post comes to us from Greg Cheney. Greg lives in Alaska with his wife, Kari, and their twelve …

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Christian Worldview

Should Christians Call on the State to End Gun Violence?

This is a guest post by Kollin Fields. Kollin is an Adjunct Professor of History, and a Ph.D. candidate in …

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History

Protection, Defense, Retaliation, and Self-Ownership

This is a guest post written by Todd Lewis, who graduated from Malone University with a degree in history and …

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News

Israel and Palestine – Economic and Christian Reflections

This guest post was written by Dawson Kiser. Dawson is a writer from Chicago Illinois. He recently graduated from Grove …

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Culture

The Freedom to Move

This classic essay was originally written by Oscar Cooley and Paul Poirot, and is excerpted from a pamphlet originally published …

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Economics

Dogecoin, the Epitome of Post-Modern Investing

Jimmy Song is the author of Thank God For Bitcoin and Programming Bitcoin. Subscribe to his Substack Newsletter. And, he …

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Culture

Those in Need Will Work for Food

This article was originally published in the Joplin Globe on May 14th, 2018. This is the final installment of the 7 pieces in …

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Economics

A $15 Minimum Wage Would Hurt Those it’s Meant to Help

This article was originally published on CNN Business on February 9, 2021. The full text can be found here. This is the sixth …

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Theology

My Christian Brothers…

This is a guest post by Jim Fedako. He is a homeschooling father of six who lives in Lewis Center, …

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Culture

The Equality Act’s Potential Impact on Faith-Based Efforts

This is the fifth of 7 installments in our series, “Compassion, Not Compulsion: Why the Welfare State Fails to Lift …

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Culture

Subsidizing Isolation: Unintended Consequences of the FCC’s ‘Lifeline’ Program

This is the fourth of 7 installments in our series, “Compassion, Not Compulsion: Why the Welfare State Fails to Lift …

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Culture

Where did all the Poor People Go?

This is the third of 7 installments in our series, “Compassion, Not Compulsion: Why the Welfare State Fails to Lift …

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Culture

Charity is no Part of the Government

This is the second of 7 installments in our series, “Compassion, Not Compulsion: Why the Welfare State Fails to Lift …

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Libertarianism

The Libertarian Aquinas

Jonathan McIntosh (Ph.D., University of Dallas) is a Fellow of Humanities at New Saint Andrews College in Moscow, Idaho, where …

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Culture

Could Government Welfare be Undermining Compassion?

This is the first of 7 installments in our series, “Compassion, Not Compulsion: Why the Welfare State Fails to Lift …

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News

The Capitol Riots: An Open Letter to a Dear Friend

Editor’s Note: This very long post, perhaps the longest single piece we have ever published, was written by an LCI …

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