Tag Archives: christianity

Joshua Fauver: Why I’m a Christian Socialist

Joshua Fauver, a frequent IPR contributor, is a Louisianan political activist who was formerly a member of the Constitution and Libertarian parties. He now describes himself as an unaffiliated democratic socialist. He recently started a blog called Bayou State Socialist

 

Posted on July 8, 2014 on the Bayou State Socialist blog:

WHY I’M A CHRISTIAN SOCIALIST

Most people will in all likelihood read the title of this piece and shudder.

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George Phillies: Is your preacher next on the Presidential death list?

by George Phillies at Liberty for All

Do you truly believe a President can stop with just one?

Last year the Obama Administration took a step without historical precedent. It ordered the assassination of an American citizen.

The citizen is Anwar al-Awlaki, described by the New York Times as “an eloquent Muslim cleric.” Anwar al-Awlaki, born in 1971 in New Mexico, is a native-born citizen, not a foreigner.… Read more ...

Alan Keyes: ‘Why the elite wants Christianity out of politics’

Posted by Alan Keyes at loyaltoliberty.blogspot.com:

As I wrote my most recent article for WND.com (the subject of my previous posting) I found myself thinking about Christianity’s unique effect on our understanding of the justice (and injustice) of human action. The last point made in the article is about the connection between arrogant elitism and the self-inflation the Pharisee derives from comparing himself with other people.… Read more ...

Socialist WebZine: Christianity and Socialism

Socialist Webzine
by Rev. John Tamilio III, Ph.D. Candidate

The nonprofit, nonpartisan religious organization Sojourners, founded by Jim Wallis (of God’s Politics fame), circulated a bumper sticker and hosted an on-line petition during the 2004 campaign under the mantra God is not a Republican…or a Democrat. That’s true. God may be a Socialist, though — at least Jesus of Nazareth was.

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