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Getting Started If you are new to LibertarianChristians.com, we encourage you to start with a few of our best articles …

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Libertarianism

Libertarianism and the Power of the Gospel

Christians throughout the centuries have always communicated the good news of the Kingdom of God in the vernacular of their …

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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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Culture

The Libertarian Case Against Public Schools

Conservatives and libertarians have a precarious relationship. On the surface, they appear to agree on some issues, but once you …

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Book Reviews

God’s Own Party?

Review of Daniel K. Williams, God’s Own Party: The Making of the Christian Right (Oxford University Press, 2012), ix + …

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Libertarianism

Pulling Down Strongholds

I have a confession to make. I have been accused of writing with an agenda. I hereby plead guilty. For …

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Book Reviews

Just Politics

To get an idea of Ronald Sider’s perspective in this book, we might begin with a look at the man …

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Libertarianism

Can Conservatives Be Libertarians?

Some libertarians are applauding the recent Supreme Court decisions relating to same-sex marriage, not because of anything to do with …

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Book Reviews

Review: A Bible Based View of Liberty and Free Governments

It is often said that libertarians arrive at their views from different routes. Some by Ron Paul (a conservative Christian), …

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Christian Worldview

The Idolatry of Statism

This guest post is by LCC reader Paul Maitrejean. Many Christians today are quick to leap to the defense of …

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Culture

Six Ideas to Keep Us Human

By Edmund Opitz, author of The Libertarian Theology of Freedom and Religion and Capitalism: Allies, Not Enemies. This essay was …

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News

Power Couple Religion and Politics File for Divorce! (News of the Week/Month, Feb. 10, 2013 Edition)

I have not done a news post in some time, so I have a lot of links piled up for …

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Libertarianism

Are there any notable Christian libertarian scholars?

At the Christian libertarian FAQ page, J. asks: Are there any notable 20th century Christian libertarian scholars or philosophers? After …

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Politics

My View of Politics

Please remove me from your mailing list, “I’m just totally uninterested in your view of politics,” wrote a former student …

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Politics

The Logic of the Conservative Electorate

I had an interesting conversation with a hard-core “conservative” Christian a few days ago on Facebook, and I thought I …

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Politics

Lies, Damn Lies, and the Republican Party Platform

At a breakfast sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor held just before the Republican National Convention began, House Speaker John …

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News

Todd Akin’s rape comments and the absurdity of right-wing pro-lifers

Missouri Representative Todd Akin* made some smashingly terrible comments the other day regarding the incidence of pregnancy following rape: “First …

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News

News of the Week: Remembering the Horrors of War

Recapping the interesting and significant news and articles of the past week. Today marks the sixty-seventh anniversary of the completely …

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News

News of the Week: “You Didn’t Build That”

Recapping the interesting and significant events of the past week. This week, President Barack Obama told a crowd that if …

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Culture

Who is to blame?

This guest post is by Cam Rea, frequent reader of LCC and member of the Christian Libertarian Facebook Group. Many …

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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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Culture

Is There a Libertarian Position on Same-Sex Marriage?

The subjects of abortion and same-sex marriage are not just points of contention between liberals and conservatives and Democrats and …

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Culture

Should Libertarians be Conservative?

In a recent article for the online journal Public Discourse, conservative Jay Richards asks the question: “Should Libertarians Be Conservatives?: …

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News

News of the Week: Let’s Do a Little Lifehacking

Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week. I am a big fan of Lifehacker.com for its useful …

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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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