Reason in the Balance

Phillip E. Johnson, Reason in the Balance: The Case Against Naturalism in Science, Law and Education (1995).

Making a compelling case for rejection of the modern view of the law, education, and scientific inquiry, Professor Johnson argues that “there is a moral order independent of what human rulers may from time to time prefer, and law is just to the extent that it comports with that moral order.” (pp. 38-39).

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