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Libertarianism

Libertarian Perspectives on War and Peace

At The Libertarian Standard, Anthony Gregory writes an incredible essay commemorating (or in shame of, alternatively) the 10th anniversary of …

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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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Politics

Is God Against Drones?

He is not, according to former CIA analyst and current Christian axis of evil candidate Mark D. Tooley, as long …

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War and Peace

Militarism is not heroic

Chris Kyle, a former Navy SEAL, and the U.S. military’s most lethal sniper, was deliberately and fatally shot recently by …

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Christian Worldview

Jim Wallis lambastes John McCain for military adventurism, but not Obama?

I am not positive at all toward Jim Wallis’s left-leaning positions on government intervention in the economy and social issues. …

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War and Peace

Soldiers in Fantasyland

Disney World in central Florida recently opened a large expansion and renovation of its Fantasyland area. Kids can ride Dumbo …

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Politics

I Question Your Patriotism

I have been called a lot of things since I began writing about ten years ago on the folly of …

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Politics

Guns? Let’s Talk about Logs! (or, Luke 6:42 for President Obama)

I usually avoid making comments about tragic events, mostly because there are many astute authors who produce more profound thoughts …

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War and Peace

Is War Worth It?

Believe it or not, I like getting e-mails from military veterans. I do admit, though, that this might seem like …

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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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Christian Worldview

The Most Ridiculous Arguments and Criticisms I Have Ever Received

I have been writing about the folly and wickedness of war – and especially Christian support for the same – …

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Politics

Ron Paul bids farewell to Congress

Today, Ron Paul gave his farewell address to the U.S. House of Representatives. Here is the text of his speech. …

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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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War and Peace

The Curse of Standing Armies

Review of Joel McDurmon, The Bible & War in America: A Biblical View of an American Obsession and Steps to …

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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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War and Peace

Another Conservative Christian Warmonger

Finally, the truth comes out. At long last, we now know why Joe Carter is not and can never be …

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War and Peace

The Way of Peace

All libertarians seek the path of non-violence. Even those with anarchist leanings will concede the possibility that the State has …

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Politics

Some Caliphate

At its height under Suleiman the Magnificent, the Ottoman Empire (1299–1923) – the closest thing to a global, Islamic caliphate …

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War and Peace

Ron Paul is Right About United States Overseas Military Bases

“We don’t need to pay all this money to keep troops all over the country, 130 countries, 900 bases. But …

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History

The Real Reason Guantanamo Should Be Closed

It has been ten years now since the first “terrorists” arrived at the U.S. military prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. …

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War and Peace

Suppose We Followed the Golden Rule

“My point is, if another country does to us what we do to others, we’re not going to like it …

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History

Korea Shows All That Is Wrong With U.S. Foreign Policy

The tension on the Korean peninsula escalated late last year when South Korea began live-firing drills off its coastline. That …

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Politics

Is Ron Paul an Isolationist?

The word isolationist is a pejorative term used to ridicule advocates of U.S. nonintervention in foreign affairs, intimidate their supporters, …

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Politics

Weighing Political Planks and the Obama Dilemma

I have heard it said numerous times in the past month alone, by Christians nonetheless, that the important thing about …

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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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