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Bush and His Torturers by Judge Andrew P. Napolitano
Politics

Bush and His Torturers by Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Bush and His Torturers by Judge Andrew P. Napolitano Originally published Bush and His Torturers Last week, prosecutors and defense …

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Christian Worldview

God is Sovereign Over the Nations including Russia and Ukraine

God is sovereign over the nations? On February 24, 2022, Russia invaded the country of Ukraine. Since that time, thousands …

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Economics

How International Bank Transfers Work and Why Economic Sanctions Matter

Stagecoaches were used during the (Not So) Wild West, before the invention of the railway, to transport mail, valuables, and …

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History

German War Guilt for WWI is Misplaced; A Historian Explains How France was Responsible

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

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Christian Worldview

Simple Arguments Against the Iraq War

On the eve of the exit of President Bush, it seems appropriate to review what will most likely be the …

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War and Peace

Why They Died in Vain

Since the beginning of the war in Iraq, I have unequivocally maintained several things about the deaths of U.S. troops. …

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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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War and Peace

Is a fight with ISIS a “just war”?

Drone Warfare and the Principle of Discrimination in the “War on Terror” Americans seem to have fully regained their appetite …

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History

The Deadly Cost of Interventionism

For many years, Christians all across America have sincerely believed that the Federal Government and the military need to “promote freedom” through active aggression against other nations – this is the philosophy of “interventionism.”

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Politics

Why They Hate Us

Editor’s Note: This is an older article but particularly relevant today as the U.S. military exits Afghanistan. Please pray for …

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Politics

How to End War – With the Olympics

What is the Olympic Truce? What is the history of the Olympic Games? Explore international politics and war in context with the Olympics.

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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

Can Christians Serve Two Masters?

“No man can serve two masters” (Matthew 6:24). The fine print at the bottom of the website where I signed …

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War and Peace

The Things That Make For Peace

I am a man of peace; but when I speak, they are for war. – Psalm 120:7 As he approached …

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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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Christian Worldview

Violence Will Not Save Us

As I have previously written, the early Christian virtue of patience (and therefore non-violence) and the libertarian Non-Aggression Principle are …

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War and Peace

3 Reasons Christians Can Be Anti-War

This piece came to me last week indirectly from Scott Horton, host of the AntiWar.com podcast and now the Scott …

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War and Peace

Can a Christian Join the Military?

This guest post is by Steve Wilder. Steve is an electrical engineer and homeschooling father of four. There are three …

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Christian Worldview

Does God Take Part in Wars?

The article below was written in January 1866 by David Lipscomb, an important figure in the Churches of Christ in …

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Christian Worldview

The Glaring Inconsistency

The following article was published by David Lipscomb in The Gospel Advocate on roughly January 30, 1866 — not even a …

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Christian Worldview

Should Christians Honor Veterans?

The following is adapted from our forthcoming book, 100 Answers to Tough Questions for Libertarian Christians.  To be informed when we …

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Christian Worldview

A Hidden Life (Film Review)

A Hidden Life is legendary director Terrence Malick’s latest film. It tells the true story of Austrian conscientious objector Franz …

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Libertarianism

Church Support for War Created Social Justice Rage

Rene Girard: “’Saul, why do you persecute me?’ (Acts 22.7). This is the fundamental question. Christian conversion is our discovery that we are persecutors without knowing it. All participation in the scapegoat phenomenon is the same sin of the persecution of Christ. And all human beings commit this sin.”

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