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Tag: Religion and Libertarianism
  • “Don’t believe in the two big G’s?” Here’s a site for you!

    It’s not often that I venture to break my number one rule: “Thou Shall Not Discuss Politics Nor Religion with Libertarians.” But I stumbled upon a blog the other day that inclined me to break my rule and make this post. It’s called LibertarianAtheist.com. For those of us who do not posess a belief in …

  • More on Religion and Liberty

    While preparing for my Theology exam, I came across this nice little passage by Stephen Carter in The Culture of Disbelief: As the apparatus of government grows, and its control over the lives of citizens increases, the situations in which meanings are imposed become of necessity far more numerous, and conflicts between the visions imposed …

  • Religion and Liberty

    Regarding the heavily critical feedback by folks objecting to this reference of Christianity on the blog, I have something to say: There is no conflict between private, non-coercive practice of religion and libertarianism. In fact, so long as religious folks practice their faith in a manner consistent with the non-aggression principle,  religious organizations will be essential to maintaining the strength …