Free Software And Christianity

Monday, 1 April 2013


A paper for my undergrad accompanying a presentation & talk that I used an excuse to evangelize to my classmates about free software, GNU, DRM, copyright/left, and privacy.

File: Free Software and Christianity (PDF)

This paper was written for NATS 490 during my final year at Trinity Western University.

The course had students consider the ethics of their field and relate it in some way to Christianity. I’ve been interested in the free-software movement for a long time, so I used this opportunity to inform some of my peers and instructors about the existence and realities of free and open source software, as well as to provide some arguments for why I feel that Christians, and people in general, ought to support it.

Scribbled in crayon on Monday, 1 April 2013

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