We lead hectic lives and have countless demands on our time, so I appreciate that you have taken time out of your day to visit this blog. Thank you. I hope you will find the time spent here worthwhile. Specifically, I aspire that you would be challenged, encouraged and even perhaps enlightened by what you read in this space.
I am a law professor. I am also a person of faith. Specifically, I am a Christian. Like most adults, the majority of my waking hours are spent doing work for my job. And as a Christian, my beliefs influence my perspective and my opinions on a variety of worldly issues. In this blog, I will be exploring the interaction of these two important aspects of my life. I will be writing on topics related to the influence of Christianity (and Christians) on our American system of government and our secular laws.
As a lawyer and an academic, I anticipate that my writing will be primarily of interest to lawyers, law students, and others in academia. However, because the intersection of faith and secular government impacts a much broader segment of the population, I welcome readers who have no direct involvement in the legal profession. Whatever brought you to this site, I welcome you and encourage you to post comments.
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