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Author: Gregory Baus

Romans 13
Gregory Baus

Romans 13 and Stateless Civil Governance: a Reformed view

The Reformed theological tradition historically holds to an interpretation of Romans 13 that, in its basic outline, is compatible with libertarian anarchism, or ‘stateless civil governance.’ Not all libertarian Christians are anarchists or confessionally Reformed Protestants (Calvinists), of course. But this little known perspective on the passage may be helpful

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Gregory Baus

Let The Poor Starve? by Dr. Gerard Casey

Listen to our interview with Dr. Casey in Episode 14: Does Political Representation Make Sense? Introduction I am a terrible person! I’m white, I’m old, I’m male (non-transgender male, that is), I’m socially conservative, I’m Catholic and I’m heterosexual (or, at least I was, the last time it was an

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civil establishment of religion
Gregory Baus

Against Civil Establishment of Religion

Against Civil Establishment of Religion: the God-given duty of, and limit on, civil governance Establishmentarianism, or the civil establishment of religion or of a church, involves a certain religion’s institutions, beliefs, or practices being given exclusive legal protections or privileges by a state. In whatever way the English Dissenters/Nonconformists in

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