4 edition of Christian perspectives on the limits of law found in the catalog.
Christian perspectives on the limits of law
|Other titles||Christian perspectives on the limits of the law|
|Statement||edited by Paul R. Beaumont.|
|Series||[Christian perspectives on law -- 4]|
|Contributions||Beaumont, P. R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 149 p.|
|Number of Pages||149|
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Fassbender and Traisbach, along with a group of leading experts in the field, examine the issue from multiple disciplinary perspectives, analysing the limits of our current discourse of human rights. It does so in an original way, and without attempting to deconstruct, or deny, human rights.0Each contribution is supplemented by an engaging. Law and Theology offers the definitive account of the relationship between law and theology in the Christian tradition. Drawing on diverse biblical texts and classic authors from the early church to contemporary voices from the modern period, David W. Opderbeck examines key legal questions and controversial case studies from an interdisciplinary perspective, breaking new ground for legal.
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Christianity and Law: An Introduction (Cambridge University Press), a product of the Christian Legal Studies Project of Emory University's Center for the Study of Law and Religion (CSLR), features perspectives from some of the top law and religion scholars in the world.4/5(8).
This book explores for the first time the broad range of ways in which Christian thought intersects with American legal theory. Eminent legal scholars, including Stephen Carter, Thomas Shaffer, Elizabeth Mensch, Gerard Bradley, and Marci Hamilton, describe how various Christian traditions, including the Catholic, Calvinist, Anabaptist, and Lutheran traditions, understand law and justice.
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A series of overlapping convictions comprise the contemporary Christian case for freedom of religion, and these can be summarised in the form of eight principles: the principle of voluntariness. The book then concludes with a reflection on the place of human laws in the light of the Last Judgment.
A Biblical View of Law and Justice seeks to wrestle with the biblical message of justice, giving Christian lawyers, civil servants, and politicians a renewed vision and understanding of the potential of their work in the post-Christendom s: 5.
This book explores for the first time the broad range of ways in which Christian thought intersects with American legal theory. Eminent legal scholarsincluding Stephen Carter, Thomas Shaffer, Elizabeth Mensch, Gerard Bradley, and Marci Hamiltondescribe how various Christian traditions.
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This chapter examines various theological, specifically Christian, justifications for religious freedom. For long periods Christians gave vent to their unswerving conviction that they alone heard from God, and all other faiths were demonic.
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NCLB: Perspectives on the Law. January 5, I recognize the power and the limits of the law. The key notion of accountability has not been defined similarly across the country, and. Some estimate that there are currently more than million guns in the United States, or roughly one per person.
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