This is a cross post from Facebook, but I thought I would preserve it. Somebody asked me for the Theological Reasoning Behind Reformed Libertarianism. So here it is: 1) Man was made in the image of God, the primary characteristic of this being the dominion mandate, meaning that God has given men a stewardship responsibility … Continue reading The Theological Reasoning Behind Reformed Libertarianism
Wealth Inequality in America
This video is rather old, but it came across my news feed again today, and I figured it warranted comment. https://youtu.be/QPKKQnijnsM With the hard charge of Bernie Sanders in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, it would seem that this idea of inequality is becoming increasingly more popular. There's a major problem with it, … Continue reading Wealth Inequality in America
Are Patents and Intellectual Property Necessary Components of an Economy?
I apologize for my hiatus. I have been extremely busy on a project for work that has consumed about 75% or more of my time lately. I appreciate you, my faithful readers, sticking with me. If you're a fan of economics, you won't be disappointed today. In response to the news of Martin Shkreli buying … Continue reading Are Patents and Intellectual Property Necessary Components of an Economy?
I have written much on this blog and have expounded on many topics and in many ways. My usual mode is to respond to objections to Libertarianism I come across online or in discussions with people. This can be good, but I think what is better is to look to the Scriptures. The Word of … Continue reading Genesis 1:26-28
Kevin DeYoung ALMOST Gets it on Gay Marriage
The Gospel Coalition published an article today by Kevin DeYoung in which he made yet another case for why Christians should oppose Gay Marriage. His main points were relatively predictable: Marriage has historically be recognized as one man and one woman; State Recognition of Gay Marriage will result in religious oppression against Christians who dissent. … Continue reading Kevin DeYoung ALMOST Gets it on Gay Marriage
My Definitive Exegesis of Romans 13, and How it Supports Anarchy
Introduction I have set forth in this post to demonstrate the preference for Anarchy from the Scriptures by exegesis. I am an anarchist who was, until recently, a minarchist because I could not "get around" Romans 13. But in recent months I have come to accept anarchy through careful study of Romans 13. In a … Continue reading My Definitive Exegesis of Romans 13, and How it Supports Anarchy
“The name of God is blasphemed among the Gentiles because of you”
There is much blasphemy running around the world these days, and while there is no outright persecution in the United States, at least, there certainly is a writhing sense of loathing seething under the surface. They malign us as bigots who are responsible for all the woes of society that their progressive humanism has cured … Continue reading “The name of God is blasphemed among the Gentiles because of you”
Christianity AND Libertarianism! RE: Bill Muehlenberg
I came across this blog post by a guy name Bill Muehlenberg. I know nothing about Mr. Muehlenberg and have read nothing else that he's written. I only know this post. But I thought I would rebut. This is yet another opponent to Libertarianism who does not understand Libertarianism. Why do I bother rebutting them? … Continue reading Christianity AND Libertarianism! RE: Bill Muehlenberg
Against All Prohibitions
"Whoever sheds the blood of man, by man shall his blood be shed, for God made man in his own image." - Genesis 9:6 "...if there is harm, then you shall pay life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot, burn for burn, wound for wound, stripe for … Continue reading Against All Prohibitions
A Libertarian Defense of Spanking
Click for more in this series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 This is my long overdue conclusion to the series I started back in the summer about spanking. Work has been terribly busy lately, and I have been very tired and not had a lot of energy to write. Plus, I've been doing a … Continue reading A Libertarian Defense of Spanking
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