Cross & Gavel Podcast
The Cross & Gavel Podcast is designed for Christian attorneys and law students, but our topics range from pop culture to theology, from books to movies.
Host Anton Sorkin invites a variety of guests to speak on topics relating broadly to faith and culture, but our focus is on the intersection of faith and work, particularly work in the law.
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In this episode of the Leadership Roundtable, we are joined by Chaplain (MAJ) Mark Lee to discuss moral leadership in an institutional setting hostile to it. Chaplain Lee has an incredible bio, including a number of civilian and military degrees, several commendation medals, and a ministry background across the world, including serving as the CLS President at the University of Hawaii and pastoring the largest congregation in the U.S. Army.
A conversation with Andrew Speicher about navigating faith from the big law to the small in the State of Kansas. This conversation was part of the Foundations Series, a new web content venture from Christian Legal Society aimed at helping Christian law students transition from 3Ls to first-year associates.
SPECIAL EPISODE: Rights & Responsibilities in Contemporary Sex Culture (Live) — Christine Emba & Erika Bachiochi
Over the 2023 March for Life, CLS co-sponsored an event Thursday night with FCLNY and Guiding Star Project as part of the Reframing Agency series. The event featured Christine Emba (Washington Post), Erika Bachiochi (EPPC), and Destiny Herndon-De La Rosa (Moderator).
Joining me this week to talk about how we can bridge the vices and virtues of our character gap is the A. C. Reid Professor of Philosophy at Wake Forest University, Christian Miller. He is the author of several books on moral psychology, moral character, and honesty.
Joining me on this first-of-the-year episode to talk about the civil and divine law, and what can bridge the difference, is assistant professor and author at Arizona State University, Karen Taliaferro. Her book is called The Possibility of Religious Freedom.
Joining me today to talk about the debate surrounding what Paul meant when he invokes “works of the law” (Romans 3:20, Galatians 2:16) is Matthew J. Thomas. He is an assistant professor of biblical studies at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology in Berkeley, California. He is also the author of the book, Paul’s “Works of the Law” in the Perspective of Second-Century Reception.
In this episode of the Leadership Roundtable, we are joined by Dean Eric Enlow, calling in from South Korea. His topic is a fascinating one: public witness and persecution, with an emphasis on the political theology of Pastor Wang Yi, a house-church pastor currently serving a prison term in China. Eric is the dean and a professor of law at Handong International Law School (HILS). He is an expert on Christian legal theory and teaches courses covering the biblical, systematic and historical relation between Christ and the law. Pastor Wang Yi’s declaration (read by Eric) can be accessed here and Yi’s new book can be purchased here. For more on the forum and the speaker, check out the YouTube page here.
Lecture from Tom Lin (President of Intervarsity) at this year’s CLS National Conference in Newport Beach, CA.
Lecture from Jennifer (Marshall) Patterson (RTS) at this year’s CLS National Conference in Newport Beach, CA.
Lecture from Justin E. Giboney (AND Campaign) at this year’s CLS National Conference in Newport Beach, CA. Following him on Twitter at @JustinEGiboney.
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