Category Archives: Libertarianism / Austrian Economics

Christians for Liberty Conference

I will be presenting at the 1st ever Christians for Liberty conference in Austin, TX on Aug 2. This topic of my presentation will be “Libertarianism in the work of the Calvinist Philosopher, Gordon H. Clark.” If you’re interested in … Continue reading

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The Christians for Liberty Conference 2014

My friend Norman Horn, from libertarianchristians.com is putting on the first Libertarian Christian conference! I met Norman in 2008 at a Mises Institute conference. He is extremely well read, a Ph.D. chemist, a preacher of the Gospel, and a great … Continue reading

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Obligations and The Libertarian and Christian Principles of Ownership

Obligations are those requirements which claim a right to your time, energy, person, life, or property. The secular libertarian axiom is the “principle of self-ownership.” Since you “own yourself” you have the RIGHT to your life, the actions you do … Continue reading

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