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A Biblical View of Law and Justice: Christian Perspectives on Law

by McIlroy, David

Paternoster 2004

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Overview

The Bible was not written as a handbook for lawyers, politicians, and civil servants setting out a theology of human law. Its concern is with the dealings of God with human beings and of human beings with God. A Biblical View Of Law and Justice seeks to wrestle with the biblical message of justice, giving lawyers, civil servants, and politicians a renewed vision and understanding of the potential of their work in the post-Christendom world.

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Key Features

  • Explores the biblical approach to law and justice
  • Gives a systematic account of a biblical view of human laws
  • Addresses the relationship between law and justice in Christian thought

Praise for the Print Edition

David McIlroy has written an intelligent and practical analysis of a biblical view of law and justice, and how it applies to the individual, the state, and the church.

—Mike Gammil, pastor, Houston, Texas

Product Details

  • Title: A Biblical View of Law and Justice: Christian Perspectives on Law
  • Author: David McIlroy
  • Publisher: Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 272

About David McIlroy

David McIlroy is a practicing attorney in London where he specializes in banking law, insolvency law, and employment law. He is also a visiting lecturer in law at the University of London.