Over the last 6 years or so (wow, time flies) I have written numerous posts over at ReformedLibertarian.com focusing on historical and exegetical theology as it relates to political philosophy. Several months ago it ran into some hosting issues with GoDaddy and has been offline. Around the same time, the editor and owner of the site C.Jay Engel developed some aspects of his political philosophy that has caused him to doubt whether “libertarian” is the most appropriate label (see here, here, and here). I have not yet had time to fully study and reflect upon these developments in order to determine where I may agree or disagree (I think there is much agreement). Regardless, getting ReformedLibertarian.com back up and running has not been a top priority (he is editor of the print magazine Bastion, among other things). It may get back online again at some point, it may not. It’s out of my hands.
In the meantime, I’m going to be moving my posts over to this blog. I’m not sure how long it will take as there is a lot of content and it may take a while to relink everything within the posts. Since my focus was on historical and exegetical theology (rather than the full development and application of libertarianism as a political philosophy, which I left to C.Jay), I don’t anticipate any major changes to anything I wrote. Until I get it transfered, you can find all of those posts in the Post Directory via The Way Back Machine.
Given recent developments in our nation, I will be prioritizing my posts on Romans 13.