Ep. 100: Quakertarianism, with Caleb Brown

For our 100th episode, a regular guest on our show, Caleb Brown, returns to discuss his Quakertarian life.  

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For our 100th episode we interviewed Caleb Brown to gain a better understanding of how Quakerism aligns with libertarianism. He discusses his own experience as a Quaker, but he also makes larger claims about how Quakerism can foster a sense of community to the life of an average libertarian.

What is attractive about Quakerism? What is a ‘true-believer’ Christian? How does Quakerism mesh with libertarianism? Are there a lot of communitarian elements to Quakerism? How do Quaker meetings take place? What role does Quakerism play in your life?

Further Reading:

Friends for 300 Years, written by Howard H. Brinton

Amazing Grace, directed by Michael Apted

Cato Daily Podcast

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