Common Objections to Reformed Libertarianism
Question 1: What is the legitimate use of coercion according to libertarianism? Is it consistent with libertarianism to right an injustice that has nothing to do with self-defense?
Question 2: Does libertarianism reject civil governance as such? Doesn’t Scripture tell us that civil government should enforce morality?
Question 3: Doesn’t libertarianism hold to ‘atomistic’ individualism, meaning that societal communities are merely fictions?
Question 4: When it comes to the role of the civil magistrate, can Reformed libertarianism be consistent with the historical Reformed confessions?