Judge Andrew Napolitano joins us for a quick discussion on why he’s a Christian AND a libertarian, what threatens our liberties in America today, and
Jeremy Jackson, associate professor at North Dakota State University, joins us to talk about happiness research and social capital. He also tells us what got
One of the most common issues raised by non-libertarian Christians about libertarian thought is marriage licensing. Because the family unit is essential to social order,
Several weeks ago, Pope Francis escalated his political and economic rhetoric with a direct attack on libertarianism. Jeffrey Tucker, one of the liberty movement’s most
My friends at the Institute for Humane Studies informed me that the IEA has a new book available entitled Catholic Social Teaching and the Market
Recapping a few interesting and significant links of the past few weeks. Here are some things you might not have seen in your internet sojourns
This guest article is by Ryan McMaken, and was originally posted at LewRockwell.com. I refer of course to the Catholic theologians known as Saint Thomas
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In Faith Seeking Freedom, the Libertarian Christian Institute has gathered together some of the brightest minds at the intersection of Christianity and libertarianism to collect brief but thoughtful answers to over a hundred questions frequently posed to liberty-loving believers.