Shoving a crowbar between state and church.
This is the place where Christian faith intersects with libertarian anarchy/voluntaryism.
Don't Censor Me!
Should "dangerous" or "hateful" speech be shut down?
Censorship is all the rage right now. A lot of people reason that as long as the government isn't shutting people down, private censorship is OK, perhaps even beneficial to society. In this episode of the GodArchy podcast, I argue that censorship - even by private entities - is never virtuous and is antithetical to a free society, invoking arguments from philosophers John Stuart Mill and David Hume.
I also open the show with a short discussion on human nature and our obsession with control.
Bring Our Troops Home: GodArchy Podcast
How do we end America's endless wars?
In this episode, I talk with Dan McKnight, founder of Bring Our Troops Home. We talk about his experience in the military, why he started an organization dedicated to ending foreign wars of aggression, and practical strategy within the constitutional system to make that happen.
Thanksgiving's Economic Lesson
Did you know Thanksgiving can teach us a valuable economics lesson?
When the Pilgrims first established their colony in Massachusetts, they adopted a communal system based on the socialist notion "from each according to their ability to each according to their need." Like pretty much all socialist experiments, it ended in misery and death. In this episode of the GodArchy podcast, I tell the story of the Pilgrims' early socialist experiment.
You've Got Questions? We've Got Answers!
When it comes to Christianity and libertarianism, I bet you've got questions. Well, we've got answers.
In this episode of the GodArchy podcast, I chat with two of the four authors of a new book published by the Libertarian Christian Institute titled Faith Seeking Freedom: Libertarian Christian Answers to Tough Questions. Kerry Baldwin, Doug Stuart and I discuss why they decided to write such a book, the challenges they faced, and we even dig into a few of those tough questions. Along the way, we take a couple of bunny-trails that lead to some interesting discussion.
A Fireside Chat With a Rock Star
In this episode, I chat with Jason Reichert, guitarist and producer for Arrested Development. Of course, we talk music. But that's not all. We also discuss how he came to embrace a libertarian worldview, balancing family and life on the road, faith and more.
Libertarian AND Christian With Norman Horn
Libertarian AND Christian? How does that work?
In this episode, I talk with Norman Horn, the founder of the Libertarian Christian Institute. We discuss how libertarian philosophy meshes with Christian theology. We also talk about Norman's spiritual/political journey and the work of LCI.
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