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Feb 14, 2024

The John Witte, Jr. Lecture Series on Christianity & Law is here! A new venture from Christian Legal Society aimed at advancing the conversation on the integration of Christianity & law.

In our inaugural lecture inspired by the Dutch Golden Age painters, we venture into the future of Christian jurisprudence with John Witte, Jr. himself. His remarks focus on the future of Christianity and law, with reference to a few of his recent articles on domestic and international religious freedom (provided here and here). He was joined by Professor John Inazu (Wash. U. School of Law) for a period of Q&A after the lecture. His new book comes out in April so pre-order today (here). Also check out his Substack here.

Finally, if you would like to hear the introductions and concluding remarks, go here. For more on John's publications, check out his website here.

SPONSOR: The Witte Lectures are sponsored by TRINITY LAW SCHOOL.

SOUND: Special thanks to Josh Deng for his technical support in getting this audio ready. 

MUSIC: Prelude No. 2 by Chris Zabriskie.

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