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Faith Seeking Freedom is a basic primer on serious libertarianism seen through the informed intellects of serious Christians. Its Q&A format is easy to read, utterly faithful to Christian doctrine and libertarian beliefs, and leaves you fulfilled yet asking for more. I strongly recommend it.
This latest contribution from the Libertarian Christian Institute proves that the best answers are often the concise ones, those that strike at the root of the matter while drawing from unassailable facts and the ripest wisdom.
Liberty is ultimately about peace, love, and cooperation, which is a message that can appeal to the 2.4 billion Christians on the planet. This is a big potential audience. This is an important book and undertaking.
In Faith Seeking Freedom, the authors draw on Judeo-Christian principles to provide a helpful and accessible guide to the ideas and public policies of a free society. For both modern Christians and secularists alike, this book offers insights into how to steer through the cultural seductions and dangers of tyranny to reach the greater human well-being only made possible through liberty.
Faith Seeking Freedom is an achieving apologetic, a catechism that quickly surveys the vast subject, while responsibly addressing necessary distinctions in existing political theories that reside under the often umbrella terms of "Christian" and "libertarian."
Faith Seeking Freedom is wonderfully clear, concise, and kind to the reader. This book will help non-libertarian Christians to better understand, respect, and maybe even adopt libertarianism as their favored approach to political philosophy.
A very useful contribution that strikes a good balance between comprehensive answers and a wide variety of issues. The questions are indeed the tough ones that would come from Christians who do not embrace libertarianism; honest readers will appreciate the sincere attempts to meet these objections.
Whether you’re a long-time libertarian Christian seeking to better argue your position or a curious bystander trying to figure it all out, this book is a must-read.