September 5, 2014 is ours!

By In Blogs, C.Jay Engel

Tomorrow’s featured article will explain what Propertarianism is and why it is important for the heavy readers of this blog (and paleo-libertarians in general) to be familiar with this word.  Libertarianism, as most of us have realized is a very diverse word that can refer to so many traditions and convictions which purport to promote “liberty.”  But propertarianism better defines what is meant by liberty, it better clarifies the importance of private property in the libertarian theory, and it better stresses a certain strain of libertarianism that seems to be dying in the United States (but flourishing elsewhere, as we will see).

We will always be identified as Reformed Libertarians, but I think having the new domain under our control will allow us to do more things in the future.  And as always, we want to stress that we view all things political and economic through our Calvinist worldview.

Written by C.Jay Engel

Editor and creator of The Reformed Libertarian. Living in Northern California with his wife, he writes on everything from politics to theology and from culture to economic theory. You can send an email to
  • that must have been quite the bidding war

    • reformedlibertarian

      Couldn’t have done it without my attorneys.