Tag: minarchism

Libertarianism

John Locke is not a Libertarian, Minarchism Revisited

When I first began writing about libertarianism back in 2018, my previous comments about minarchism elicited some comments from some …

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Libertarianism

Limited Government: The Self-Defeating Nature of Minarchy

In this post I discuss the self-defeating nature of limited government, known as minarchy. I’m going to foreground here my …

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Libertarianism

Deuteronomy 17:14-20 as an Ancient Limitation on Political Authority

Deuteronomy is a puzzling book. It’s a marvelous ‘farewell sermon’ by Moses before Joshua takes up command, but the literary …

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Politics

Anarchism, Minarchism, and Legitimacy in Civil Governance

Among Christian libertarians, as with other libertarians, there are differing views concerning the legitimacy, necessity, and inevitability of the state. For …

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Politics

Politics, Left and Right

Tim Suttle, author of An Evangelical Social Gospel? (which I reviewed here) recently posted an article in the Huffington Post …

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Libertarianism

Classical Liberalism and Religion

Originally by Edmund Opitz in the November 1985 issue of The Freeman. Classical liberalism created a revolutionary new view of …

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Christian Worldview

What makes a Christian libertarian different?

Scott and Kelly each submitted questions via the new FAQ page that are worth pointing out to everyone. Why not …

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