Libertarians have made their home in the Republican Party where Christians also tend to caucus. Therefore, there is a potential influence of Libertarian ideology on the Christian worldview. And though there is much that we can agree on with Libertarians, the fundamental principle of Libertarianism -- the non-aggression principle -- is not an area of agreement. For the Libertarian, morality is determined by whether a given action hurts someone or not. But is this the way the Bible determines morality? No. The one all-encompassing principle for morality is the greatest commandment. If something is moral, it has to pass the test of conformity with the greatest commandment. It also has to pass the test of the second greatest commandment -- Love your neighbor as yourself. But the second greatest is second because it is subservient to the greatest commandment of loving God with all we've got. As such, the second greatest commandment must not be applied in ways that bring it into conflict with the greatest commandment. Part 2 of this theme will be addressed next week, as we consider the bankruptcy of "it's OK as long as it doesn't hurt anyone" principle for sexual ethics.
Kingdom Gospel Vs. Libertarian Social Gospel We ought to remember The Kingdom Gospel spoken by Jesus in Matthew 24:14 in response to the worldly humanistic social gospel of libertarianism.
Anonymous Name (11/29/2020)
Antichrist Libertarian Pacificsm Many libertarians subscribe to this antichrist libertarian pacificism called "the non-aggression principle." While we Bible Believers realize that there is wrong aggression, this "non-aggression principle" claims that using aggression against people's "natural rights" is wrong. We know that The Lord did use physical force when He The Lord judged the world with The Flood in the days of Noah. Our Lord only uses physical and aggressive force as punishment upon the unrighteous. We also realize that Our Lord does not recognize the Enlightenment principle of "natural rights" since "natural rights" allows people to partake of the worship of false gods and idol worship. Our Lord used physical force on Egypt when He sent The Ten Plagues. Lastly, Jesus will use physical force against the rebel soldiers of the antichrist beast and the false prophet at the end of the Battle of Armageddon. From a Biblical Standpoint, the libertarian "non-aggression principle" is erroneous because it attacks The Lord's Judgment upon unrighteous people. There are numerous examples in The Bible where The Lord and His Saints used physical force and aggression to punish the unrighteous. Biblical Judgment goes against the libertarian "non-aggression principle".
Anonymous Name (11/13/2020)
Biblical Monarchism vs. Worldly Libertarianism This sermon shows why Biblical Monarchism is superior to worldly libertarianism. From a Biblical Standpoint, libertarianism is clearly worldly and is man-centered to the core. Biblical Monarchism is Biblical and is God-centered. In Exodus 18:1-27, Jethro advised Moses to appoint judges who are rulers. These judges were required to exercise dominion over people as rulers of righteousness. This is the exact opposite of a libertarian government. A sermon like this is most needed in response to this worldly device of the Antichrist known as libertarianism.
Anonymous Name (10/15/2020)
Libertarianism: Attack on Biblical Monarchy This sermon clearly shows that libertarianism is really an attack on Biblical Monarchy. All of this means that libertarianism is really of the Antichrist. Even the libertarians on the globe are preparing the world to receive the Antichrist as are many other major political factions. Not surprisingly, many libertarians are against monarchy. In The Lord's Prayer, Jesus said: Thy Kingdom Come, to His Heavenly Abba Father. It really is because Satan is using worldly "liberty" activism, especially through libertarianism, to steal people's hearts from The Lord.