Christians can't afford to lay down the law! As a practicing attorney and a professor, Schutt argues that the legal profession can be a sacred calling when practitioners work to honor the God of justice. Examining the significant challenges that exist, he offers practical guidance for maintaining integrity while meeting the day-to-day demands of practice. 280 pages, softcover from InterVarsity.
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Date:February 17, 2008
Stephen L. Bloom, Esq.
Mike Schutt pulls no punches in this provocative and inspiring challenge to those of us lawyers who claim to be followers of Christ. While under girded by faithful optimism, this isn't some shallow feel-good book offering easy answers. To the contrary, Schutt calls Christian attorneys to a comprehensive and thoroughly transformative model of redemptive legal thinking. If you, like me, are a lawyer honestly seeking to serve and honor Jesus in and through your legal vocation, then you need to open this book, the sooner the better. You will be blessed in your ongoing struggle to genuinely integrate your faith and your career. While I might consider my own book ("The Believer's Guide to Legal Issues") to be a "must read" for ordinary Christians facing common legal issues, "Redeeming Law" is absolutely a "must read" for all Christian lawyers!