Dr. Marc Clauson, professor of History and Political Science at Cedarville University, wrote a blog post for Bereans at the Gate back in September that I have been long overdue in rebutting. In his article he used the case of Belle Knox, the famous Duke porn star, to ponder the question of whether Divine Command … Continue reading Libertarianism and the Christian: An Uneasy Relationship? – A Response to Bereans at the Gate
Click for more in this series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 Introduction to Part 2 In my previous article, I began a Review of the practice of spanking from my seemingly unique perspective. I am a Reformed Baptist. I am a Libertarian. As a Reformed Baptist, I believe that the Scriptures clearly teach that spanking is … Continue reading What Is The Goal Of Parenting? Discipleship.
Click for more in this series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5 This is the third installment of my counter series to Adam McIntosh, a man I have been picking on for a couple weeks now. If you are unfamiliar with his work, please visit The Kuyperian Commentary. This article focuses … Continue reading Dividing Moral Law from Civil Law
Objection 1: God's Law provides the moral basis for right and wrong. Without it, we would have no way of knowing what government should outlaw and what it shouldn't. Objection 2: Matthew 15:17-20 tells us that Jesus did not come to abolish the law but to fulfill it and that the Law would not pass … Continue reading The Mosaic Law Should Not Be Applied to A Civil Government
Disclaimer You're not going to like what I have to say. Please read with an open mind and a grain of salt. I do not mean to offend anyone with this or to cause division or controversy. I simply want to speak the truth. If you have questions or concerns, I would be more than … Continue reading On Whether Homosexual Parents are Harmful to their Children
Just stumbled upon a quote from CS Lewis's Mere Christianity which I completely forgot about. He's speaking of divorce here, but his thoughts are very applicable to Gay Marriage as well. I dare say they sum up my thoughts on the subject quite well. Before leaving the question of divorce, I should like to distinguish … Continue reading CS Lewis on Marriage
I'm trucking right along in my quest to argue for the Biblical support of Libertarianism. This is a tricky task. I said in my introductory post that I often find myself starting and being unable to accomplish the task. Many of you would want to quickly jump in and say, "Well that's because you can't!" … Continue reading Spiritual Warfare and Libertarianism
I have posted this article immediately on the heals of my introductory post on the subject of Libertarianism. If you have not read that post first, please go read it now. Go ahead. I'll be here when you get back. Good. Now that you're up to speed with me, this article is about whether it … Continue reading Can We Change Society Through Laws?
I keep wanting to defend my stance as a Libertarian from the Scriptures, but I just can't seem to do it. HA! Don't get your hopes up. It has nothing whatsoever to do with it being indefensible. It is just a huge steak to eat and I keep trying to do it all in a … Continue reading Biblical Defense of Libertarianism
You may have heard about H.R. 3261, better known as the Stop Online Piracy Act. It is a bill in the US House of Representatives that seeks to expand the Federal Government's power for the purpose of putting an end to piracy online. This has caused much debate and concern, so I thought I'd weigh … Continue reading Four Fundamental Problems with SOPA