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Winter 2004
Volume 8 Number 2 

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Does personal faith permeate the halls of justice? On the cover, we bring together images of the judge’s gavel, the Supreme Court building, which boasts the words “Equal Justice under the Law,” and an angel in stained glass— to suggest the network of relationships that surround the topic of faith and law.

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Evidence of Things Hoped For: Dialogue in Law and Theology*.pdf

Three PTS alums who are also lawyers discuss the relationship of faith, law, and ethics, which was the topic of an innovative conference in the fall at PTS for lawyers, ministers, and ethicists.

"Christ Our Advocate," the sermon that Larry Stratton preached during the faith and law conference, is available in audio format.

by Larry Stratton, Nancy Conklin, and Peter M. Suzuki

Exploring Myth and Meaning in Prehistoric 
Cave Paintings: Wentzel van Huyssteen to Give Prestigious Gifford Lectures

PTS Professor of Theology and Science J. Wentzel van Huyssteen has been invited to give the distinguished Gifford Lectures at the University of Edinburgh in April. His topic will explore theology and paleoanthropology, and the prehistoric cave paintings in southwestern France.
by Barbara A. Chaapel

The Blessings and Curses of Preaching *.pdf
A Sermon for Sermoners Princeton Seminary biblical scholar Clifton Black offers the preacher preaching wisdom from the New Testament.
by C. Clifton Black

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