(The more typical phrase is “Christian libertarians” but I think we would all agree that our faith is more important than our [anti-]political views.)
I am still in Chile and do not have a long time to blog, so let me just say this: There is a perception that most libertarians are atheists. There even appears to be a logical consistency here: “I don’t believe in political overlords and I don’t believe in a tyrant in the sky.”
I don’t have time to do justice to the compatibility of Christianity (or monotheism more generally) with Rothbardian libertarianism, but you can try this for a taste. I just want to note that this widespread perception is false; there are many libertarian Christians, even among leaders in the movement, and I’m not just talking about the obvious ones. The quiet ones don’t speak up because they don’t enjoy being denounced (oddly enough).
So say it loud and proud, my brothers and sisters in Christ: You have nothing to lose but your shame.