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Tag: slavery

Reparations: Good or Bad?

Slavery is offensive and incompatible with the principles of freedom and freedom minded people, but it is a part of US and world history. Wrestling with this history and deciding what to do has many perspectives. One perspective involves paying reparations: monetary compensation for damage caused. This review is not a comment on the legitimacy of reparations, rather it is a review of the book, authored by Kwon and Thompson, which strives to call the church in America to repent for its part and participation in the slave trade.

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Slavery in the Bible

This guest post is by Rev. Donald Ehrke. He is a Libertarian, a former GOP campaign manager, and ordained minister living in Alexandria, Virginia. Many

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War, Peace, and Liberty

My good friend Jacob Huebert, author of Libertarianism Today and fellow writer at The Libertarian Standard, gave a superb talk this past weekend on libertarianism

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Dealing with Colossians 3

D. writes to LCC: As Christians and Libertarians, how do we deal with Colossians 3:22? “Slaves, obey in everything those who are your earthly masters,

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