Tag: morality

Economics

National Debt And The Cost of Low Integrity

“You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the …

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Libertarianism

Transcending Identity Politics

We sometimes hear conversations which contain claims like, “Jews are so sneaky,” or “Christians are so intolerant,” or “Asians are …

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Christian Worldview

Gary North’s Christian Economics: The Ethics of Destruction

In my last article, I introduced Gary North and his book, Christian Economics in One Lesson. This book is a …

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Culture

Are You a “Resident Alien” or Have You Gone Native?

In his book The Patient Ferment of the Early Church, Alan Kreider discusses how the early Christians lived in tension …

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Culture

Legalizing Medical Marijuana is Pro-Life and Pro-Individual Liberty

After the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Masterpiece in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, Russell Moore, …

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Libertarianism

The Ambiguity of Selfishness

A common criticism of capitalism is that it is inherently immoral. Capitalism is conflated into some type of economic Darwinism …

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Politics

What I Learned about Christian Love from My Conversation With Black Lives Matter Leader Hawk Newsome

When Jesus visited his disciples after his execution, they were terrified. They expected him to bring the standard justice of …

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Christian Worldview

Jesus Wants Me to Break the Law

Early Christians understood that to proclaim Jesus is Lord and that their citizenship is in Heaven was to make a …

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Theology

Circumcision and the “War on Self-Pollution”

Disclaimer: LCI posts articles representing a broad range of views from authors who identify as both Christian and libertarian. Of …

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Libertarianism

Do you Believe in Natural Rights or Might-Makes-Right?

The linchpin of liberty, the most critical concept which people seem to have an extraordinarily difficult time understanding, is the …

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Politics

The Idol of National Security

Exodus 1:8 Now there arose a new king over Egypt, who did not know Joseph. 9 And he said to …

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Theology

Misshaping Scripture for Political Gain: The Acts 2 Argument

It’s not uncommon to find Christians defending their political sympathies with isolated Scripture verses.  Jesus can be construed as a …

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History

Monday Morning Matrix Meme: Legality v. Morality

Being born into a nation-state, all of us are trained to equate “illegal” with “bad,” and “legal” with “OK.” And …

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Libertarianism

The John Baeza Files: Detective Blows Whistle on Drug War, Prison System

Before he was Ron Paul and Rand Paul’s head of security, John Baeza was a cop’s cop. Coming from a …

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Economics

Wealth, Welfare and Charity

There are many divergent views about specific topics within libertarian Christian thought, just as there are within strictly libertarian or …

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Politics

We Are All Racists Now

Race Actually Matters for Believers … Just Not the Way You Think (We Are All Racists Now) by Rev. Jacob …

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Libertarianism

How Should A Christian Politician Behave?

The following is a response to a recent e-mail received by Norman Horn. (names redacted)   Dear [redacted], Thank you …

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Libertarianism

Freedom Is the Imitatio Christi

“The truth shall set you free.” — Jesus Christ The truth, as Jesus demonstrated, is not conceptual but perceptual. That is, it …

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Culture

Theology in the 21st Century

Speaking at the 2017 John Witherspoon College convocation, Christian Libertarian Review General Editor and Professor Jamin Hübner presented the following …

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Libertarianism

The Teacher of Galilee: A Seer Who Really Did See

* Today’s guest post is by anthropologist Spencer H. MacCallum.   A Wakeup Call for Christian Libertarians The Teacher of …

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Politics

Racism, Free Speech, and Censorship

The past few weeks have been an extraordinary time for western culture amongst an already-extraordinary past two years. Most readers …

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Libertarianism

Liberty Needs Christianity, Not Fascism

I recently saw a video by a libertarian commentator named TJ Brown, also known as That Guy T, on YouTube …

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History

America’s Choice: Splitting Our Baby in Half

Human desire is a magnetic force. Whenever a person desires something, the desire takes hold of their whole being. Another …

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Theology

The Rich Young Man Conundrum (Mark 10:17-23)

Today’s guest post is by Rev. Jacob Chulsung Kim, PhD.   Libertarian-leaning Christians face resistance from other believers for many …

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History

The Curious Case of Russell Moore

Most politically-aware Christians are probably at least somewhat-familiar with the recent controversy in the Southern Baptist Convention surrounding Russell Moore, …

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Economics

Gary North’s Ethics of Taxation

This is the third in a series evaluating Gary North’s book, Christian Economics in One Lesson. North’s work is a …

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Politics

A Christian Black Lives Matter Manifesto

“Without violence, nothing is ever accomplished in history.” – Karl Marx “But I tell you not to violently resist an …

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Culture

A Shining City on a Hill


Today’s guest post comes from Robert Maynard and was originally posted at Fifth Estate. ********** The notion of establishing a …

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Called to Freedom
History

Toward a More Augustinian View of Government

The following is an excerpt from Jason Hughey’s chapter in the new book, Called to Freedom. (edited for format) With …

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Theology

People, Not Issues

What happens to individuals after issues are won and lost in the political arena? For instance: when immigration bans are …

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