Dr. Eric Mack and Dr. Marcus Cole, after putting forth their individual arguments for political libertarianism, will engage in a discussion dealing with the foundation of morality from their respective secular and Christian perspectives. Free from the difficulties of crossing a political divide, these men will be able to address and critique each other’s fundamental principles that compel them to a common conclusion. Both Dr. Mack and Dr. Cole will also relate how morality in their personal lives is motivated by and rooted in their distinct worldviews and philosophies. Dr. Eric Mack is Professor of Philosophy at Tulane University. His central philosophical interests are the basis of moral rights, property rights and distributive justice, and the legitimate scope of coercive institutions. Dr. Marcus Cole is Professor of Law at Stanford Law School. His wide-ranging academic interests include classical liberal political theory, natural law, and the history of commercial law.