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St. John of Damascus in the History of Liberty

Arabic icon of St. John of Damascus Today (Dec. 4) is commemorated an important, though sometimes little-known, saint: St. John of Damascus. Not only is he important to Church history as a theologian, hymnographer, liturgist, and defender of Orthodoxy, but he is also important, I believe, to the history of liberty. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 12.04.12

Why the Common Law in America? Richard Reinsch, Libery Law Blog Can we understand our Constitution, its central liberty protecting provisions, and can we even properly interpret it without a prior understanding of the common law tradition? Continue Reading...

Can Capital Markets Be Moral?

Can capital markets be moral? At The Veritas Forum at Cambridge University, Rev. Richard Higginson explains how we should rethink our capital system to avoid problems like the financial crisis. His five part plan includes: 1. Continue Reading...