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John Howard Yoder on “Managing the World”

Tim T. points us to a great quote from John Howard Yoder: “And might it be, if we could be …

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Theology

Janus Christians

“Were it not for the support offered by several tens of millions of evangelicals, militarism in this deeply and genuinely …

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History

The Politics of the Millennium

Murray Rothbard wrote the following article for Liberty Magazine in 1990. It provides an interesting summary and perspective on the …

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Politics

Screwtape Proposes a Toast

If you have never read The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis (author of The Chronicles of Narnia and Mere Christianity, …

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Economics

Should Christians Support Gambling Laws?

There is no disputing the fact that gambling can be addictive and financially ruinous. In some cases, compulsive gamblers might …

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Christian Worldview

Catholic Theologians Say Prostitution Should Be Legal

This guest article is by Ryan McMaken, and was originally posted at LewRockwell.com. I refer of course to the Catholic …

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Theology

Legitimate Murder?

Is killing another human being ever justifiable? Is committing acts of violence ever permissible? Is murder ever legitimate? In an …

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Theology

Do wars in the Bible justify war today?

From a biblical perspective, the worst thing about Christian apologists for war, the military, and the warfare state is not …

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Libertarianism

Is there a difference between “libertarian Christianity” and “Christian libertarianism”?

All-I-Am-Is-Yours asks: I am trying to better understand the intellectual foundations behind the similarities of both libertarianism and christianity, however …

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Theology

The Apostle Paul and Caesar

Randy England has an interesting article at LewRockwell.com regarding Paul’s attitude toward secular authority. Here is a short excerpt: —- …

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Libertarianism

Libertarianism and Abortion

My recent article “Should Libertarians Be Conservatives” elicited a huge response – most of it positive. Some libertarians, however, were …

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History

Douglas Wilson tells Idaho to embrace Nullification

Via Tom Woods, we find Pastor Douglas Wilson giving a sermon to the Idaho governor and legislature on nullification! He …

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Theology

On Blessing the Troops

If you go to church at all you’ve probably heard the prayer requests: “Protect our troops in harm’s way,” “Shield …

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News

Evangelicals for Peace

Billy Sunday was the most famous evangelist in America during the first two decades of the 20th century. Without the …

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Libertarianism

Romans 13 and Obeying the Government

I said last year in my article on “Romans 13 and National Defense” that I had been asked many times …

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Theology

A Faith-Based Budget for the State?

As expected, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan’s budget resolution (H. CON. RES. 112), which he called “The Path to …

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Theology

Religion as a Firm

Any time individuals wish to exchange with one another there are transaction costs. The cost of travelling to the location …

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Politics

The Year of the Bible in Pennsylvania

Earlier this year, the Pennsylvania House passed a resolution by a vote of 193-0 declaring 2012 the Year of the …

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News

News of the Week: War, books, and Romans

Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week. Economist, Mises Institute scholar, and friend Bob Murphy gives his …

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Theology

Idols of the Heart: Baptizing the War Prayer

Since the bombs began to fall on Baghdad in March of 2003, churches, Christian leaders, religious organizations, and individual Christians …

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Theology

A Bad Way to Argue Against Being a Christian Libertarian

A few days after the Washington Post published my article on Christianity, libertarianism, and Ron Paul, one Dana Loesch, a …

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Book Reviews

The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom: A Book Review

Let’s take a stroll today through something other than politics today. I recently read a book by Douglas Sean O’Donnell …

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Theology

Theological Schizophrenia

It is bad enough that Republican warmongers like Mitt Romney, John McCain, Lindsey Graham, and Allan West are whining about …

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Book Reviews

“Republican Politics According to the Bible” Book Review

Review of Wayne Grudem, Politics – According to the Bible: A Comprehensive Resource for Understanding Modern Political Issues in Light …

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Christian Worldview

Romans 13 and National Defense

Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that …

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