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 Christianity & The Law

American Journal of Jurisprudence
The Journal published articles and review essays critically examining the moral foundations of law and legal systems and exploring current and historical issues in ethics, jurisprudence, and legal (including constitutional) theory.
Christian Legal Society - Member Publications
The Christian Legal Society currently uses three main publications to communicate with its members and supporters: Christian Lawyer, Christian Lawyer Digest, The Defender.
First Things: A Journal of Religion, Culture, and Public Life is published by The Institute on Religion and Public Life, an interreligious, nonpartisan research and education institute whose purpose is to advance a religiously informed public philosophy for the ordering of society.
Journal of Catholic Legal Studies
The Journal of Catholic Legal Studies is a scholarly journal devoted to the study of law and religion in general, and law and Catholicism in particular. Known for fifty years as The Catholic Lawyer, the journal was rechristened the Journal of Catholic Legal Studies in the spring of 2005, beginning with Issue 44, Vol. 1.
Journal of Christian Jurisprudence
This journal is no longer published, but its articles may be found through HeinOnline.
Journal of Law and Religion - Hamline University School of Law
The Journal of Law and Religion is dedicated to a fundamental reappraisal of the disciplines of law and religion as they impinge on each other, might instruct each other, and taken in their conjunction, might offer a constructive response to the major issues of our times.
Regent University Law Review
Regent University Law Review seeks to present academically excellent scholarship on relevant issues facing the legal community today from the perspective of a historic Christian worldview.
Rutgers Camden Journal of Law and Religion
The Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, founded in 1999, is a student-run organization whose primary purpose is to publish a journal of legal scholarship with a focus on religion.

Christianity & The Arts
Books & Culture - A Christian Review
Published by Christianity Today, this magazine is more than a source for well-written book reviews: it features numerous articles on a variety of timely topics.

Catapult Magazine
catapult magazine is an online publication that releases biweekly thematic issues on the implications of following Christ in and through all aspects of culture. catapult fosters collaborative thought on practically living out faith in all areas of life and inspires hopefulness and action through the experience of community and the acknowledgement of the Holy Spirit working through Kingdom servants here and now.

The Chesterton Review
The Chesterton Review, founded in 1974, has been widely praised both for its scholarship and for the quality of its writing. Edited by Fr Ian Boyd, it includes a wide range of articles not only on Chesterton himself, but on the issues close to his heart in the work of other writers and in the modern world. See also ISI - Journals.
Image: Art, Faith, Mystery
Image speaks with equal force and relevance to the secular culture and to the church. By finding fresh ways for the imagination to embody religious truth and religious experience, Image challenges believers and nonbelievers alike. Through a commitment to artistic excellence and religious truth, Image has taken its place on the "public square" and is poised to make a lasting impact on the future of our national culture.

Relief: A Quarterly Christian Expression
The goal of this publication is to pursue a complete picture of Christ and life –- real, gritty, painful, wonderful, this-side-of-heaven life. Relief seeks to bridge the gap between mainstream fiction and cotton-candy Christianity.

Ruminate Magazine - Faith in Literature and Art
RUMINATE is a quarterly magazine of short stories, poetry, creative nonfiction, and visual art that resonate with the complexity and truth of the Christian faith.

Christainity & Public Policy
Cardus - Comment Magazine
Cardus's mission is to influence people to a Christian view of work and public life: "We seek to explore and unfold the dignity of work, the meaning of economics, and the structures of civil society, in the context of underlying patterns created by God."

Citizen Magazine
Online / print resource from Focus on the Family.

Civitate - The City Online
The City is a new publication from HBU, featuring leading voices in Christian academia and elsewhere on the critical issues of the times. A collection of thoughts deserving permanence in a fleeting age, it is published thrice annually and distributed free of charge
A review of religion, politics and culture: no soccer scores, no recipes, no crosswords. But lots of politics....And plenty of ethics-talk. Commonweal publishes editorials, columns, essays, poetry, reviews of books, movies, plays, the media, a selection of apposite and/or funny cartoons, & lots of letters to the editors. Liberal? Conservative? Depends on the issue & the writer.

The New Atlantis
"A Journal of Technology & Society" - The New Atlantis is an effort to clarify the nation’s moral and political understanding of all areas of technology—from stem cells to hydrogen cells to weapons of mass destruction.

Public Discourse
This website (by the Witherspoon Institute) "is an online publication of the Witherspoon Institute that seeks to enhance the public understanding of the moral foundations of free societies....

Theological Perspective
Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity
Touchstone is a Christian journal, conservative in doctrine and eclectic in content, with editors and readers from each of the three great divisions of Christendom — Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox. The mission of the journal and its publisher, The Fellowship of St. James, is to provide a place where Christians of various backgrounds can speak with one another on the basis of shared belief in the fundamental doctrines of the faith as revealed in Holy Scripture and summarized in the ancient creeds of the Church.

"Our goal is to provide the most interesting perspectives on life in America as our nation, and the culturally conservative in particular, find themselves in a time of rapid change and uncertainty."

*culture is not optional
The mission of culture is not optional is to equip Christians to be faithful servants by uniting the community of believers and learning together how to actively redeem all of culture.
The Scriptorium
Where Big Ideas Undergo the Digital Martyrdom: engaging key issues in culture, theology, philosophy, art, and politics from a reasonable, rational Christian perspective

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