Tag: gay marriage

Christian Worldview

So You’d Be A Libertarian If It Weren’t For Abortion and Gay Marriage?

Many libertarian Christians, like me, were once conservatives. Many of our friends and family, likewise, are conservative Christians. Often I …

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Libertarianism

Reader questions on war, violence, and overturning tables

I always enjoy getting interesting questions from readers via our Contact Page, and when I’m really on top of things …

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Culture

Who denigrates marriage? Maybe you and I do.

Conservative, evangelical, and fundamentalist Christians are not going to like what I am going to say. And neither are most …

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Culture

The Separation of Marriage and State

This guest post is by Jeremy Mack of The Evangelical Libertarian. Though I do not necessarily agree with everything in …

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Culture

That Gay Bill in Arizona

The Internet has no lack of passionate writers opining about the Arizona bill that would have allow businesses to deny service …

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Book Reviews

Looking Forward by Looking Backward (My Personal 2013 Recap)

Adult maturity is partly evidenced by how well we allow our past to influence our vision and hope for the …

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Culture

C.S. Lewis on Christian Marriage (in brief)

C.S. Lewis had some wise words regarding marriage in Mere Christianity: “I should like to distinguish two things which are …

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President's Blog

John Howard Yoder on “Managing the World”

Tim T. points us to a great quote from John Howard Yoder: “And might it be, if we could be …

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Culture

Gay Rights, Marriage, and Government Intervention

I recently received an email from David Lampo, Publications Director of the Cato Institute, regarding a Christian libertarian’s viewpoint on …

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