God, the Law, and American Injustice by Ray Eichenberger

God, the Law, and American Injustice

byRay Eichenberger

Kobo ebook | March 8, 2014

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God's laws are the roots of American law! In this book, a Christian lawyer analyzes the foundations of American law as the law of the Bible, and demonstrates how far the modern American legal system has strayed from its original purposes. This work is a hard-hitting tour de force beginning with the Ten Commandments and what God's other laws of the Old Testament have to say about such modern topics as gay marriage, abortion, and the death penalty. The author then looks at the roots and history of American law and the training of American lawyers. The book turns to examine the practice of law in modern America and relates the stark injustices present in the American courts and legal system today. The work also examines what the Bible advises about the role of the Christian in regard to using and participating in the civil court system. The book then culminates in an examination of the history and the basis for the guarantees of religious freedoms in the United States Constitution, critiquing the oft-quoted positions of Thomas Jefferson in that regard, and argues that the phrase separation of church and state has been misused and misapplied by the United States Supreme Court so as to actually violate freedom of religion.
Title:God, the Law, and American InjusticeFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 8, 2014Publisher:Ray EichenbergerLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1476281637

ISBN - 13:9781476281636