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C.Jay Engel's thoughts on Reformed Theology and Libertarian Polity
C.Jay Engel's thoughts on Reformed Theology and Libertarian Polity

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Ownership, Rights, Christ Owns the World?

In a certain Christian Facebook group, the below comment was written: This sounds pious, but it is highly misleading and wrongheaded. The debate over property rights is not a matter of whether a certain piece of property is owned by either us or God.…

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The Benedict Option Isn't "Two Kingdoms" Enough

Brandon already made excellent points about the Benedict Option and I don’t have much more to add. But one thing stands out to me and I’ve had something on my mind for a couple weeks and this is a good excuse to mention it. First, a summary of the…

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Didn’t think it was possible, did you? A Strategy for the Right, first published in 1992 in the Rothbard-Rockwell Report, it is the opening chapter in a compilation of Rothbard’s essays, entitled “The Irrepressible Rothbard.” What I call the Old Right is…

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The Sadness of Ludwig von Mises

Ludwig von Mises: “Occasionally I entertained the hope that my writings would bear practical fruit and show the way for policy. Constantly I have been looking for evidence of a change in ideology. But…I have come to realize that my theories explain the…

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After listening to two interviews (here and here) with Rod Dreher about his new book The Benedict Option, and reading his FAQ, I really don’t think he has anything to offer Reformed Christians. At first, he seemed to have a good thesis: The “Benedict…

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From Vern Poythress’ The Shadow of Christ in the Law of Moses (which is very worth reading, though I would disagree with and refine many points). 15 A Critique of Prisons How do we evaluate the present systems of criminal justice in modern societies? Most…

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From Vern Poythress’ The Shadow of Christ in the Law of Moses (which is very worth reading, though I would disagree with and refine many points). 15 A Critique of Prisons How do we evaluate the present systems of criminal justice in modern societies? Most…

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In this selection, American Presbyterian Covenanter Rev. Samuel B. Wylie, A.M. calls taxation theft because a government without divine authority that he does not consent to is taking money from him by force. Obj. 6. “The saints addressed them for…

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The phrase “natural law” itself is capable of so many interpretations that anyone who advocates natural law must expend a great deal of effort explaining what he means. ((John W. Robbins. Freedom and Capitalism (Kindle Locations 690-691). The Trinity…

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This film is a must-watch. It really sets the stage well for discussing libertarianism, and specifically reformed libertarianism.
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