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|Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty||Founded in 1990, the Acton Institute is named in honor of John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, first Baron Acton of Aldenham (1834-1902), the "historian of freedom." The mission of the Institute is to promote a free society characterized by individual liberty and sustained by religious principles.|
|Christian Liberty Network||The Christian Liberty Network (CLN), is an online debate, self education and information service for Christians interested in the exploring of their religious beliefs in relation to their God given rights as individuals. We strive to forward liberty in a way pleasing to God, knowing that the only way to truly experience liberty is to be a child of the one who created authority, and also the happiness of a life which abides by the authority which has been set in place by God, which is true liberation.|
|Christianity & Libertarianism||Political and religious philosophy of Christian libertarians. Essays on and links to related information.|
|Christian/Libertarian Page||The Fountain of Truth exists to dispel the many myths which surround Christianity and libertarianism.
Many libertarians reject Christianity because they have been led to believe that Christian faith cannot be grounded in reason or secular evidence, or that Christianity is a means of coercion and social control.
Many Christians reject libertarianism because they have been led to believe that God mandates a socialist economic regime, or that those behaviors which the Bible condemns must therefore be prohibited by the secular state
|LibertarianChristians.Org||LibertarianChristians.Org seeks to demonstrate the compatibility of Christianity and the libertarian philosophy, to bring about a greater understanding of the foundations of these United States and the limited government our founding fathers sought to create, a Constitutional Republic grounded in the unalienable rights of life, liberty and property, and the personal responsibility recognized in our Christian walk.|
|The Machen-Butler Society||The Society is an alliance of theologically conservative Protestant Christians who advocate maximum individual political freedom and personal responsibility, and the existence of a minimal but constitutionally-bound civil government to protect individual rights against foreign and domestic aggression.|
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