As a Christ-follower, I love everyone. And I believe there is a Truth that is greater than all of us, and a way to Life which we are all invited to follow.
As a sinner, I am profoundly grateful for Grace, and I don’t hold myself in higher regard than anyone else.
As an American, I’m grateful for the liberties protected by the Constitution, and the freedom to worship God in the way I please.
As a libertarian, I don’t care what you do as long as it neither breaks my leg nor picks my pocket.
As a human, I will always respect and tolerate my fellow man, and do my best to live in a manner worthy of the respect of others.
As a free person, I’m deeply disturbed by the Supreme Court’s recent decision to take power from the people and their representatives and to legislate new rights.
As a Christ-following American libertarian, my opinion is a little more nuanced than the caricatures often presented by others as my beliefs. And I bet the same can be said about people of all political, moral and theological beliefs.
Let’s love one another, even when we disagree about the ruling of nine judges who have their own sets of beliefs, opinions and standards.
Because in the end, #LoveWins
“And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”
1 Corinthians 13:13