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Rachel Green Miller, Beyond Authority and Submission Interview

Beyond Authority and Submission [Interview]

Beyond Authority and Submission | Show Notes Beyond Authority and Submission is a book written by Rachel Green Miller. In her new book, Beyond Authority and Submission, Rachel Green Miller evaluates the Complementarian doctrine of men and women through the lenses of both history and Scripture. Her motivation for writing this book comes from the general discussion on human sexuality, gender identity, masculinity and femininity, and what social norms we should advocate...

Gary Chartier; Anarchy, Social Change, & Other Myths (2 of 2)

Listen to Part 1 • Podcast Subscribe • and give a five-star rating and review so new audiences can find Mere Liberty. Gift JarLiked this content? Add to my gift jar. Kerry Baldwin |  A     Thanks for listening to my podcast! Add your thoughts and comments by contacting me below, or you can interact with...
Pro-Life Libertarian Women Redefine Abortion Debate

Pro-Life Libertarian Women Redefine Abortion Debate

Pro-life Libertarian Women Redefine Abortion Debate| Show Notes Much of what is being said on the news and social media about abortion by both pro-choice and pro-life activists is just wrong. In this episode, three pro-life libertarian women “take the mic” to discuss some of the most common myths about abortion and to present a new way of thinking for libertarians to value both the rights of women and the unborn. While certainly compatible with Christian theology, the...

My Interview with Theology Gals about “You Who?…”

My Interview with Theology Gals about “You Who?…” | Show Notes In 1683, John Locke arrived in the Netherlands with his friend and patron, Lord Anthony Ashley Cooper. The two had fled England due to suspicions that he and Cooper were involved in the Rye House Plot; a conspiracy to assassinate Charles II and his brother (and heir to the English throne) James. Though he didn't know it at the time, Locke's influential writings would make him known for being the father of...
Gary Chartier, Anarchy & Legal Order

Gary Chartier, Anarchy & Legal Order (1 of 2)

• Podcast Subscribe • and give a five-star rating and review so new audiences can find Mere Liberty. Kerry Baldwin |   [icon...

Challenging the Abortion ‘Eviction’ Argument w/ Kerry Baldwin

Challenging the Abortion 'Eviction' Argument | Show Notes One of those subjects that is a constant divider in libertarian circles is abortion. Dave Smith talked about it recently and people started asking me questions about how I view it. I don't think I have any original arguments on the subject so I found someone who did.The two had fled England due to suspicions that he and Cooper were involved in the Rye House Plot; a conspiracy to assassinate Charles II and his...

Libertarianism, Abortion, and Fetal Self-Ownership (2 of 2)

• Podcast Subscribe • and give a five-star rating and review so new audiences can find Mere Liberty. This episode is the second half of my previous episode, and is intended to be heard with the last one in mind. Previously, I evaluated Murray Rothbard's argument favoring the right to abortion and revealed some of its flaws by using Rothbard's own human rights methodology. While Rothbard argues that the entire structure of property...
Libertarianism, Abortion, and Fetal Self-Ownership

Libertarianism, Abortion, and Fetal Self-Ownership (1 of 2)

• Podcast Subscribe • and give a five-star rating and review so new audiences can find Mere Liberty. Libertarianism, Abortion, and Fetal Self-Ownership (1 of 2) In this episode of...

Paul Jarvis, Company of One

• Podcast Subscribe • and give a five-star rating and review so new audiences can find Mere Liberty. Kerry Baldwin |   Thanks for listening to my podcast! Add your thoughts and comments by contacting me below, or you can interact with me and my patrons by becoming a premium member at patreon.com/kerrybaldwin. I welcome and encourage your thoughts, comments,...

Prolife Matters with Kerry Baldwin – Part 2

John Locke | Show Notes In 1683, John Locke arrived in the Netherlands with his friend and patron, Lord Anthony Ashley Cooper. The two had fled England due to suspicions that he and Cooper were involved in the Rye House Plot; a conspiracy to assassinate Charles II and his brother (and heir to the English throne) James. Though he didn't know it at the time, Locke's influential writings would make him known for being the father of classical liberalism, and lay the...

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