All posts tagged: Values

Theories on Romney’s loss (one involves beer!)

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Political Commentary

In my “morning after” post, I speculated that the nation has affirmed its mild embrace of big government. I am not so certain today. It is probably still true that the nation is not as center-right as conservatives presumed it to be, and that the Obama election in 2008 indeed reflected a shift in public views, but a couple of statistics have me curious. Compared to 2008, Politico exit polls found a 10 percent increase […]

Libertarianism, Conservatism and Christianity: Can coercion bring glory to God?

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Economics / Faith & Theology / Political Philosophy / Syndicated Posts

A discussion has been ongoing at Values and Capitalism over the relationship between Christianity and libertarianism. Does the libertarian emphasis on individualism and license jive with Christian values of brotherhood and morality? And does conservatism offer a different answer? This morning’s post examines these questions and more >> click here to read the blog.