Theology

Theology

Tearing Out Your Eye and Quitting Your Job

In this guest post LCC welcomes Matthew Gilliland, libertarian writer and speaker. He holds a J.D. from North Carolina Central …

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Announcements

New Testament Theology of the State now in Portuguese

One of the most historically popular (and interesting, in my opinion) articles on LCC has been my New Testament Theology …

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Theology

Peter Enns Tells Me So

Peter Enns is a professor of Biblical Studies at Eastern University with a PhD in Near Ancient Languages and Civilizations …

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History

The Bible is a Voice to the Oppressed

Here is a great quote from Rob Bell (via azspot), with a generous hat-tip to our friend Bonnie Kristian. “Most …

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Announcements

LCC author Doug Douma and Gordon Clark

LCC author Doug Douma is now an admin on the Gordon H. Clark Foundation website. Dr. Clark (1902-1985) was a …

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Libertarianism

The Death Penalty Red Herring

During debate, red herring statements are designed to distract hearers from better made arguments. Although irrelevant, red herrings appear so …

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History

The Heroic Anti-War Baptist Preacher Robert Hall

English Baptist minister Robert Hall (1764-1831) was the namesake and youngest child of fourteen born to a Baptist minister. One …

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Book Reviews

Reflecting on the Sufferings and Temptations of Jesus

This is a video review of the book “If You Are the Son of God” by Jacques Ellul, French theologian …

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Economics

Theological Implications of State Social Justice Programs

Christians who identify with a Left political ideology frequently appeal to state intervention in the market as a means of promoting the common good. This is especially true as it relates to many Christians who place an emphasis on promoting social justice. Having attended a Jesuit University where progressive politics were dominant and social justice was held in very high esteem, I can readily attest to this. For examples beyond my personal anecdotes, see the anti-libertarian conference Erroneous Autonomy at The Catholic University of America, and note some recent trends among protestant Christians.

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Christian Worldview

The Biblical Foundations of Christian Libertarianism

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

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Media

Norman Horn and Adam Bradt on the Voluntary Virtues Network

I recently had the pleasure of talking with Adam Bradt of the Liberationis Reipublicae Show on the Voluntary Virtues Network …

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Theology

God is the Author of Liberty

This sermon was given by Pastor David Bess at his congregation this July 6th, 2014. Scripture Reading: Luke 4:16-21 We …

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History

Slavery in the Bible

This guest post is by Rev. Donald Ehrke. He is a Libertarian, a former GOP campaign manager, and ordained minister …

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Politics

Interview with Brian Zahnd

Brian Zahnd is the founder and lead pastor at Word of Life Church in St. Joseph, Missouri. He is the …

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Book Reviews

A Farewell to Mars

I cannot overstate my excitement to promote Brian Zahnd’s latest book, A Farewell to Mars. I am passionate about the message …

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Politics

What the Bible says about Immigrants

Many conservative and liberal Christians in America look upon immigrants very negatively. Despite the irrefutable evidence that immigrants – even …

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Theology

Libertarians, Inerrancy, and the Problem of Romans 13

Romans 13 and Inerrancy Theology, liberty, and economics are my favorite topics to study, debate, or teach, especially when they …

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Theology

Militarism and Easter

On this Good Friday, Christians are focused on the sacrifice of Jesus Christ as a propitiation for the sins of …

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Politics

Compulsory Charity is not Charitable At All

This guest post is by Rev. Donald Ehrke. He is a Libertarian, a former GOP campaign manager, and ordained minister …

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Christian Worldview

Hope for the Dead, Hope for the Living

Two articles came to my attention today that are well worth reading. The first comes from Judge Andrew Napolitano as …

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Theology

Pray for Our Troops

I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men; (1 …

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Media

Friday Challenge: Spot the theological problem

It’s Friday, let’s play a game! Today’s challenge is to spot the theological problem in this song: Okay, I’ll give …

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Theology

Is Wealth a Sin?

Whenever statistics about inequality and the so-called “control of wealth” get published, the Progressive blogosphere goes wild and their social …

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Culture

Phil Robertson’s Victory Over the Secular Theocracy

This guest post is by David Theroux, Founder and President of the Independent Institute. This two-part series (see part 1) …

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Book Reviews

Looking Forward by Looking Backward (My Personal 2013 Recap)

Adult maturity is partly evidenced by how well we allow our past to influence our vision and hope for the …

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