Thursday, January 12, 2006

Laura Ingraham show mentions law schools affects

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Today on the Laura Ingaham radio talk show Laura interviews an author with a new work on law school as a recruiting ground for left wing radical activists. It is true that many, but not all law schools have a radical left wing flavor. Even some of those "on the right" also advocate an amoral view of human law. Marxism and radical post modernism are common at top law schools. The idea that law and morality are separate and not to meet is common at many as well.

Trinity Law School is different in this respect. We have a diverse faculty and student body, but all of our faculty are committed Christians who try to teach about law from a Christian world view. Our philosophical teachings emphasize the idea that human law should be within the boundaries of regarding objective good and restraining objective evil.

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