Anarchy in May: David Lipscomb on Virtue in Politics

The following is part of the Anarchy in May series which examines Christian anarchism and quotes prominent Christian anarchist thinkers. For a more detailed introduction and a table of contents, please see Anarchy in May: Brief Introduction and Contents.
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It seems only fitting to begin the month with a quote from perhaps my favorite Christian anarchist of all (though he would have never applied that term to himself), David Lipscomb: “The rule of justice, right and virtue in political affairs is a hallucination or dream that will never be realized.”

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  1. […] Anarchy in May: David Lipscomb on Virtue in Politics « The Itinerant Mind says: May 4, 2012 at 2:05 PM […]

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