This is it, I promise!. This post is the fourth and final part in a 4 part series on a Biblical Theology of Human Authority and Civil Government. You will really be lost trying to read this post on its own without the context of the other posts. I strongly recommend getting caught up first. … Continue reading Theology of Human Authority and Civil Government Part 4
Thanks for stopping by. This post is the third part in a 4 part series on a Biblical Theology of Human Authority and Civil Government. I really do not recommend reading this post without first coming to grips with what I have said in previous posts, so please check them out. In Part 1, I … Continue reading Theology of Human Authority and Civil Government Part 3
You've probably heard it said that "Freedom requires virtue." I've heard it in one form or another countless times, attributed to various founding fathers. I doubt very much that any of them said it verbatim, but I think they all expressed some form of the idea in one way or another. What do I make … Continue reading Freedom Requires Virtue
I stumbled on this a while back. I do not know who the original artist is on this or I would give attribution. If this is your image, please let me know so I can give you credit. If you would prefer me to take it down, I'd be happy to. It's a bit long, … Continue reading God’s Existence
If you’ve been following my recent posts, you’ll know that I’m a Libertarian and a Christian. You’ll also know that I’ve been struggling to articulate just why I think Libertarianism is more consistent with the Scriptures than what is typically espoused by Christians. That’s not a very precise way to put it. There are many different … Continue reading Defense of Libertarianism. Offense Against Legislating Morality.
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
Like many of the "wars" being fought out there, I generally look at both sides with disdain on the Creation vs. Evolution debate. Like many issues, both sides are arguing against a straw man. The Creationist thinks that evolutionists designed this theory specifically so they can try to disprove God. While Evolutionists think that Christians live … Continue reading Scientific Proof
Much has been said about the relationship between faith and reason. Many times faith and reason seem to be opposed. What is the Christian to do when faced with a claim that seems to have irrefutably evident reason behind it but contradicts the teachings of Scripture? If we believe that the Bible alone (when properly … Continue reading Faith and Reason
"A great silent collapse, an enormous unspoken disappointment, has in our time fallen on our Northern civilization. All previous ages have sweated and been crucified in an attempt to realize what is really the right life, what was really the good man. A definite part of the modern world has come beyond question to the … Continue reading The Root of All Nanny Statism