Tag: liberalism

Christian Worldview

The Person and His Society

By Edmund Opitz, originally published in the January 1981 edition of The Freeman. He is the author of The Libertarian …

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Christian Worldview

Christians Should Be Neither Culturally Conservative Nor Culturally Liberal

“Let your eyes look straight ahead; fix your gaze directly before you. Give careful thought to the paths for your …

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Christian Worldview

The Tragedy Of Voting For The “Lesser Of Two Evils”

“And why not do evil that good may come?—as some people slanderously charge us with saying. Their condemnation is just.” …

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Libertarianism

The Prophetic Voice of Libertarian Christians

The election of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States will be a catalyst for various …

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Libertarianism

What Libertarians Want From the Government

Americans of all political persuasions want something from the government, including libertarians. But what libertarians want from the government is …

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Libertarianism

The Libertarian Priority

“I am getting more and more convinced that the war-peace question is the key to the whole libertarian business.” ~ …

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Book Reviews

Christian Faith and Social Justice: Five Views

Since publishing this review, contributor Jason Jewell joined us for the Libertarian Christian Podcast. Listen to the interview here. If …

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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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Christian Worldview

Codependency, Christian Love, and Liberty

This guest post is by Rev. Donald Ehrke. He is a Libertarian, a former GOP campaign manager, and ordained minister …

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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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Book Reviews

Oxymoronic, or just moronic?

Review of Carl Trueman’s Republocrat: Confessions of a Liberal Conservative (P & R Publishing, 2010), xxvii + 110 pgs, paperback, …

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News

Joseph Sobran, reluctant anarchist and Christian libertarian, 1946-2010

Joseph Sobran now rests with the Prince of Peace. This great Christian libertarian valued truth above all, and fought the …

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Book Reviews

Disciple of Liberty by Jason Rink, Book Review

In the world of literature on liberty, books fall into three distinct categories. First are the books for experts scholars, deeper works that address high level concepts, social or economic theory, and philosophical ideas. Next are the books for the informed reader, those that have a working knowledge of libertarian ideas and seek to improve one’s understanding of the philosophy of liberty. Finally, there are books for those just starting their journey in liberty, those who have little knowledge of economics or libertarian theory. Jason Rink’s Disciple of Liberty falls into the latter category, and it fills a particularly useful void in libertarian literature: an easily accessible explication of liberty to the Christian newcomer.

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Libertarianism

How Libertarian Are You?

My friend Wes at The Humble Libertarian put together a neat list of quizzes that you can take on the …

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History

Defending Freedom and the Free Society

By Edmund Opitz. Countless generations of men have lived in unfree societies, but many men dreamed of freedom and hoped …

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Culture

Liberalism Used to Mean Freedom

Life is not a mere game. Living is a lot more complex than any sport, but life and games are analogous in at least one respect: Neither is possible without an appropriate set of rules to be followed. It’s the rule book which determines the character of a game, and no game is even conceivable without one. To throw out the rule book is to forsake the game. By the same token, if we ignore, or deny, or break, or improperly identify, the ethical ground rules for flourishing human life, then the quality of life — individual and social —will decline.

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