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Brennan and Brewbaker's Christian Legal Thought: Materials and Cases
Author: Patrick M. Brennan; William S. Brewbaker III
ISBN-13: 9781609302313
Primary Subject: Religion And Law
Publication Date: 02/20/2017
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This text examines law and legal institutions through the broad lens of Christian thought, both Catholic and Protestant. The book addresses methodological issues in Christian legal scholarship (What makes legal thought “Christian”?); the relevance of Christian theological doctrines—such as creation, the Christian conception of the human person, the kingdom of God, and the natural and divine laws—for reflection on law; the significance of historical context for Christian legal thought; Christian reflection on important jurisprudential issues and concepts, such as equality, justice, rights, and the rule of law; and Christian perspectives on various legal subjects, such as contracts, torts, and property. The point of the book is less to prescribe what a Christian legal theory should entail in the way of outcomes than to use the Christian faith as a lens through which to understand, and reflect critically upon, law and legal institutions.
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Format: Print - Hardbound
Publisher: Foundation Press
ISBN: 9781609302313
Series: University Casebook Series
Copyright: 2017
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Pages: 678

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