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Regent Law School Professor Publishes with InterVarsity Press, Featured on Mars Hill Audio

Regent Law School professor Michael Schutt joins an esteemed guest list on the latest volume of Mars Hill Audio, an online media journal engaging culture from a Christian perspective.

This latest volume includes Professor Schutt’s insights on how day-to-day legal practice can reflect a Christian view of the nature of law.

The springboard for his discussion: Schutt’s recent book, "Redeeming Law: Christian Calling and the Legal Profession." Published by InterVarsity Press in July 2007, "Redeeming Law" urges Christians called to the legal profession to live and think with integrity and to guard against the spiritual apathy that can creep into the daily grind of practice.

A professor and Director of the Institute for Christian Legal Studies, Schutt addresses the pitfalls associated with the legal profession: power and pride. By equipping readers to integrate faith in such a challenging vocation, his book brightens a path seldom traveled by academia.

Information about "Redeeming Law," written for both law students and accomplished attorneys, can be found here.

Other highly-respected guests on Volume 90 of Mars Hill Audio include biblical scholar Eugene Peterson, writer and theologian J. Mark Bertrand, and visual artist Makoto Fujimara. The conversations can be found at http://www.marshillaudio.org/.

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