Tag: Christian ethics

Theology

How can we have such a skewed perspective on sin?

It’s one thing to consider homosexuality a sin, it is entirely another to consider outlawing the practice of homosexuality. Homosexual individuals have just as much a right to behave in non-coercive ways as heterosexuals. And why? Because they are human beings.

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Appearances

Podcast: Christianity and War Part 1

Today marks the release of the first installment of the Christianity and War Audiobook Podcast. As many of you know, …

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News

Links for this Memorial Day

Laurence Vance and Bob Murphy report how the church has gone wacko in worship of the State rather than God: …

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History

What did you learn in school today, dear little boy of mine?

Yesterday was Pete Seeger’s 90th birthday. Happy birthday, our heroic anti-war American muse. Here are some other articles of libertarian …

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Economics

10 Things I Hate About Taxes #7: Caesar’s Benevolence

This entry is part 7 of 12 in the series Ten Things I Hate About Taxes

Many Christians believe that paying taxes is fulfilling the Biblical command to show compassion to the poor. We just need to “render to Caesar” and Caesar will do the right thing. Is this a valid conclusion?

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President's Blog

Maundy Thursday

LCC reader Skinner has an interesting post on his blog about Maundy Thursday (that’s today). Surf over to his page …

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Media

Christians and War… and Battlestar Galactica

Tom Woods and Laurence Vance are two excellent examples of Christian libertarians, so I am delighted to share a few …

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Appearances

Podcast: What Is Moral About Economic Freedom

Libertarian Christians could learn something from our Jewish friends if we would pay attention. I had never heard of Rabbi …

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Libertarianism

Christian Libertarian vs. Libertarian Christian – Is there a difference?

If you were to believe the Wikipedia entry on libertarian Christianity, you might think that there is truly a significant difference between those who say they are “Christian libertarians” and others who say they are “libertarian Christians.”

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Media

Speedlinking Friday

First off, congrats to Baroness_Fel for writing the 100th comment on LCC (and on the 50th post, no less), in …

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Book Reviews

“Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory” Book Review

Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory is one of my favorite books of late, I gave a copy to my …

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Christian Worldview

Christian Thoughts on Israel-Palestine

LibertarianChristians.com is pleased to welcome Scott Ritsema of CivicsNews.com to write our first-ever guest post. Scott is the editor of …

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Book Reviews

How to Be Evangelical without Being Conservative

I was first introduced to Roger Olson through his book Who Needs Theology?, which I read for one of my …

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News

Dick Cheney Admits He is a War Criminal

In this exclusive ABC interview (transcript) Cheney does not outright say “I am a war criminal, please put cuffs on …

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Book Reviews

Top 10 Books for Christian Libertarians – Christmas 2008 Edition

This post was featured on Lewrockwell.com on December 15, 2008, thanks to Tom Woods! Looking for that perfect last-minute gift …

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Events

Interfaith Leaders of Detroit learn to play Grand Theft Auto

They seem so happy playing their little game, don’t they? Interfaith leaders lobby for auto aid | The Detroit News …

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