Law and Justice

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  • Judaism, Law and the Free Market

     In Judaism, Law, and the Free Market, Joseph Isaac Lifshitz suggests that many economic and political claims of Judaism are difficult to sustain once the traditional sources of Jewish wisdom are subject to careful analysis.

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  • Our Program: A Christian Political Manifesto

    In Our Program, Abraham Kuyper presents a Christian alternative to the secular politics of his day. At that time, the church and state were closely tied, with one usually controlling the other. But Kuyper's political framework showed how the church and state could engage with each other while remaining separate. His insights, though specific to his time and place, remain highly relevant to Christians involved in the political sphere today. This new translation of Our Program, created in partnership with the Kuyper Translation Society and the Acton Institute, is part of a major series of new translations of Kuyper's most important writings. The Abraham Kuyper Collected Works in Public Theology marks a historic moment in Kuyper studies, aimed at deepening and enriching the church's development of public theology. Learn More
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  • A Vulnerable World: The High Price of Human Trafficking

    Pope Francis has called human trafficking "an open wound on the body of contemporary society." In this monograph, Elise Graveline Hilton discusses both the economic and moral fallout of modern-day slavery. With an estimated 21 million people trafficked annually, the business of buying and selling human beings for both labor and sexual exploitation is burgeoning. Trafficking is a global atrocity but one that we have the ability and the means to thwart. While exploring the broad scope of human trafficking, A Vulnerable World: The High Price of Human Trafficking offers the reader realistic ways to begin to diminish this threat to human flourishing. Learn More
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  • On Law and Power

    The Dicaeologicae was an immense Latin work that sought to construct a single comprehensive juridical system by collating the Decalogue, Jewish law, Roman law, and various streams of European customary law. The translated sections comprising On Law and Power address such topics as common law, natural law, private or individual (civil) law, the nature of sovereign public authority, and limitations on public power. Learn More
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  • The Freedom Answer Book: How the Government Is Taking Away Your Constitutional Freedoms

    The government is taking away basic freedoms granted under the Constitution. This helpful guide gives a clear vision of what your rights are and how you can protect them. In order to truly understand the freedoms we have as people of the United States, we must fully comprehend our Constitution and the reasons why our Founding Fathers devised it. If we don’t, we’ll never fully grasp the danger that lurks today of losing those freedoms to an ever-growing government and its lack of accountability. As a nationally recognized expert on the U.S. Constitution, Judge Andrew P. Napolitano states in simple Q&A format the meanings behind our Constitution and exposes areas that are in jeopardy of unequivocal compromise. He addresses hard-hitting questions such as, What are the limits to government power in a free society? Are your rights guaranteed? What forces have collaborated to destroy personal freedom? and many more. Seeing, studying, and examining these issues will illuminate the unconstitutional realities of the government’s role today.

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  • The Dirty Dozen: How Twelve Supreme Court Cases Radically Expanded Government and Eroded Freedom

    The Founding Fathers wanted the judicial branch to serve as a check on the power of the legislative and executive, and gave the Supreme Court the responsibility of interpreting the Constitution in a way that would safeguard individual freedoms. Sadly, the Supreme Court has handed down many destructive decisions on cases you probably never learned about in school. In The Dirty Dozen, two distinguished legal scholars shed light on the twelve worst cases, which allowed government to interfere in your private contractual agreements; curtail your rights to criticize or support political candidates; arrest and imprison you indefinitely, without filing charges; seize your private property, without compensation, when someone uses the property for criminal activity--even if you don't know about it!

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  • Banking, Justice, and the Common Good

    Banking, like any other lawful commercial activity, involves people forming relationships. These relationships are normally with different objectives in mind, but nonetheless they are the fruit of lasting associations formed between one or more individuals.

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  • The Constitution Under Social Justice

     The Constitution Under Social Justice has profound insights to offer those today seeking to integrate theology, philosophy, and economics into their conceptions of a social order that aspires to be both free and just.

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  • Natural Law: The Foundation of an Orderly Economic System

     This innovative book shows the value of appeals to a governing, natural law and attendant principles such as the common good, subsidiary, hierarchy, spiritual welfare, the reciprocity of freedom and authority, and the cultivation of personal moral and intellectual virtue.

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  • On the Law in General: Sources in Early Modern Economics, Ethics, and Law

    This series, Sources in Early Modern, Economics, Ethics, and Law, provides original English Translations and editions of some of the most formative but previously inaccessible texts that shaped the disciplines of economics, ethics, and law in the early modern era and beyond.

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  • Trial By Fury: Restoring the Common Good in Tort Litigation

    This monograph not only points to the gravity of the moral effect of tort law on the human person, but it attempts to lay the ground for restoring the common good in tort litigation.

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  • Doing Justice to Justice

    The first monograph of the 2002 Christian Social Thought Series defines the relationship between economic or social justice and the classical understanding of justice as a virtue.

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