A Major Summer Publishing Event
From The Remnant Press
and the Libertarian
Defense of Catholic Teaching
on Man, Economy and State
In the spirit of The
A new book by
Christopher A. Ferrara
JOHN C. MÉDAILLE)
Worried about the state of
American politics and the still-tottering economy? In his new book The Church
and the Libertarian, Catholic pro-life attorney, popular Remnant columnist,
and widely published author Christopher A. Ferrara provides a Catholic
answer to the crisis.
Ferrara explores the question:
Can one be a faithful Catholic and a "laissez-faire" libertarian? He warns
against Catholic acceptance of yet another version of "More Better Liberalism,"
when it is Liberalism, both political and economic, that has destroyed Christian
civilization and brought the entire Western world to the brink of total ruin.
Far more than a tale of woe,
however, this book presents a stunning positive case for Catholic Social
Teaching as the one way back to civilizational sanity. The Church and the
Libertarian presents practical ways of restoring true liberty
in present circumstances, including a Catholic vision of "microeconomic life"
in a world veering madly toward both political and economic collectivism, the
latter imposed by so-called “free” market entrepreneurs as much as it is by
"Ferrara brilliantly explains the application of
Catholic social teaching to economics and the State
like no one before."
—JOHN F. SALZA, J.D.
Catholic apologist, author; host of
EWTN’s "Catholic Q & A" radio program
“free” market ever actually been free?
even Capitalism spinning out of control?
Is economic liberalism in direct opposition to binding Catholic
doctrine on man, economy and state?
defense of private property actually help destroy private
some radical libertarians actually undermine true
“Audit the Fed,” “abolish the Fed,”
“return to the gold standard,” “nullification” -- real solutions or just
more domestic jingoism?
about Ron Paul? Tom Woods?
The Libertarian revolution?
the Supreme Court—right
now—could overthrow the tyranny of liberalism and change the
course of world history with a few paragraphs in a single opinion.
· Distributism: A
serious alternative, or just a lot of cow milking and garden