The Teachings of Modern Christianity on Law, Politics, and Human Nature - Vol. 1

By John Witte Jr.; Frank S. Alexander | Go to book overview

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FRANK s. ALEXANDER, J.D. (Harvard University), M.T.S. (Harvard University), is Professor of Law, Founding Director and Co-Director of the Law and Religion Program, and Director of the Project on Affordable Housing and Community Development at Emory University.

MILNER BALL, J.D. (University of Georgia), S.T.B. (Harvard University), holds the Harmon W. Caldwell Chair in Constitutional Law at the University of Georgia.

HAROLD J. BERMAN, LL.B. (Yale University), M.A. (Yale University), is Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Law and Director of the World Law Institute at Emory University and Fellow for Russian Studies at The Carter Center of Emory University.

GERARD v. BRADLEY, J.D. (Cornell University), is Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame.

PATRICK M. BRENNAN, J.D. (University of California, Berkeley), M.A. (University of Toronto), is Professor of Law at Arizona State University.

ANGELA CARMELLA, J.D. (Harvard University), M.T.S. (Harvard University), is Professor of Law at Seton Hall University.

DAVISON M. DOUGLAS, J.D. (Yale University), M.A.R. (Yale University), Ph.D. (Yale University), is the Arthur B. Hanson Professor of Law and Director of the Institute of Bill of Rights Law at the College of William and Mary.

DUNCAN B. FORRESTER, D.PHIL. (University of Sussex), M.A. (University of St. Andrews), B.D. (University of Edinburgh), is Professor of Theology and Public Issues, Emeritus, at New College, University of Edinburgh.

ROBERT P. GEORGE, D.PHIL. (Oxford University), J.D. (Harvard University), is McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and Director of the James Madison Program of American Ideas and Institutions at Princeton University.

R. KENT GREENAWALT, B.PHIL. (Oxford University), LL.B. (Columbia University), is University Professor of Law at Columbia University.

DAVID GREGORY, J.D. (University of Detroit), LL.M. (Yale University), J.S.D. (Yale University), is Professor of Law at St. John's University.

LESLIE GRIFFIN, J.D. (Stanford University), M.Phil. (Yale University), Ph.D. (Yale University), holds the Larry and Joanne Doherty Chair in Legal Ethics at the University of Houston.

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