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Libertarianism

How Freedom Depends on Easter

Some people may think that Resurrection Sunday is unrelated to the important themes we discuss regularly on LibertarianChristians.com, The Libertarian …

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Economics

Jesus, Natural Law, and Economics

Today’s guest post is by writer/commentator Paul LaScola.   The sense of God and commerce have both been with mankind …

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History

Sinful Nature and the Question of the State’s Necessity

Among Christian libertarians, as with other libertarians, there are differing views concerning the legitimacy, necessity, and inevitability of the state. For …

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Theology

Circumcision and the “War on Self-Pollution”

Disclaimer: LCI posts articles representing a broad range of views from authors who identify as both Christian and libertarian. Of …

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History

Christianity and Government Considered

Today’s guest post is by writer/commentator Paul LaScola. In Paul’s letter to the Romans, he writes to the Christian followers …

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Featured

Jesus Wasn’t A Libertarian (But He’s Glad I Am!)

Christianity is Making a “Social Turn” Christian thought and practice is making a turn toward a qualitatively social faith. That …

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Theology

Rendering to God

This guest post is by Daniel Shorthouse. Daniel is a political theory and economics nerd, an obsessive reader of theology, and …

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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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Culture

Republican Hypocrisy on Abortion

Republicans like to play the pro-life card. It makes their base think they are worthy of votes and financial support. …

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Featured

How to start learning about Christian libertarianism

I recently met with a candidate for public office in Texas who had a number of questions about how to …

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Politics

Start With Jesus As King

American Christians just can’t quit our addiction to power. We have no problem with the notion that a majority should …

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History

Desiderius Erasmus: The Forgotten Christian Libertarian

2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses to the church door in …

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Libertarianism

Freedom Is the Imitatio Christi

“The truth shall set you free.” — Jesus Christ The truth, as Jesus demonstrated, is not conceptual but perceptual. That is, it …

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Culture

Theology in the 21st Century

Speaking at the 2017 John Witherspoon College convocation, Christian Libertarian Review General Editor and Professor Jamin Hübner presented the following …

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Libertarianism

The Teacher of Galilee: A Seer Who Really Did See

* Today’s guest post is by anthropologist Spencer H. MacCallum.   A Wakeup Call for Christian Libertarians The Teacher of …

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Libertarianism

Patriotic Services

For the past two weeks, the sign in front of a church near my house has advertised a “patriotic service” …

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Libertarianism

A Christian Defense of Capitalism

*Today’s guest post comes from Dr. Alex Tokarev of Northwood University. As an economist at Northwood University, I teach the …

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Libertarianism

Liberty Needs Christianity, Not Fascism

I recently saw a video by a libertarian commentator named TJ Brown, also known as That Guy T, on YouTube …

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Libertarianism

Jamin Hübner on How State Accreditation Hinders Education

Jamin Hübner, General Editor of LCI’s new research journal, Christian Libertarian Review, recently published an academic piece in The Journal …

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History

America’s Choice: Splitting Our Baby in Half

Human desire is a magnetic force. Whenever a person desires something, the desire takes hold of their whole being. Another …

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Theology

The Rich Young Man Conundrum (Mark 10:17-23)

Today’s guest post is by Rev. Jacob Chulsung Kim, PhD.   Libertarian-leaning Christians face resistance from other believers for many …

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History

Resurrection Sunday: the Surety of Our Hope

Each Easter, countless people from around the world look forward to spending time with friends and family, or perhaps just …

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Announcements

Announcing: Christian Libertarian Review

As LCI has considered our direction over these past several months, it has become increasingly clear that our greatest value …

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Called to Freedom
History

Toward a More Augustinian View of Government

The following is an excerpt from Jason Hughey’s chapter in the new book, Called to Freedom. (edited for format) With …

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Events

Announcing The Libertarian Christian Podcast

It’s a big day for LCI. Coinciding with our attendance at the 2017 International Students for Liberty Conference, today we …

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