We are pleased to share this guest post by Michael Grant, currently in his final year at the Georgetown University Law Center. At Georgetown, Michael is the Senior Submissions Editor for the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics. He is also involved in Home Court, an annual charity basketball game between Georgetown faculty and staff and […]
As Luke’s Gospel is read this Christmas, we should hear the message he is trying to convey, a message demonstrated neatly by the Flaminio Obelisk.
[Image: “Appearance Behind Locked Doors,” Panel from Maesta, Duccio di Buoninsegna] All the disciples deserted him and fled. Matthew 26:56 When it was evening on . . . the first day of the week, and the doors of the house where the disciples had met were locked for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood […]
“Shall not the Judge of all the earth do what is just?” –Genesis 18:25 “I saw all the oppressions that are practiced under the sun. Look, the tears of the oppressed–with no one to conform them! On the side of their oppressors there was power . . . . I thought the dead, who have […]
The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; those who lived in a land of deep darkness—on them light has shined. . . . For a child has been born for us, a son given to us; authority rests upon his shoulders; and he is named Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, […]
Up front, I would like to observe that I am not intimately familiar with the following situation, and so any reflections based on what information I have should be understood as based on publicly-available information. That being said, regardless of what may be true behind-the-scenes, I still feel the points made herein are valid regardless […]
On a long trip in the car recently, I was scrolling through my mp3 player (for the record, I’m still the proud owner of a Zune after all these years) and I stumbled across an old N.T. Wright sermon I had uploaded on there, probably a decade ago by now. Deciding to listen again (having […]
The last finals of the semester are now in the rearview mirror, the Christmas holiday is just days away, and the world seems to be on fire, as it always does in the age of 24/7 news and endless connectivity. In lieu of all the various law-related posts that have been percolating over the last […]
Senator Ben Sasse delivered an excellent speech at the Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention. Here are some of my favorite quotes.
While sitting next to my brother in church this past Sunday morning (I still make it every now and again, especially when visiting family), I noticed his Bible was opened to a passage once quite familiar to me; to wit, the first few chapters of Paul’s letter to the Romans, and particularly the tail end of […]