Arguably, Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld is the greatest legal theorist America has ever produced. The Hohfeldian Rights Analysis was one of the greatest breakthroughs in the philosophy of law.
This article gives a Biblical case favoring capital punishment with a response to three of the most utilized arguments against the doctrine of capital punishment.
The difference between liberty and license was prominent in Stahl’s view of freedom. Building explicitly on an Augustinian conception of ethics and freedom, Stahl articulates a counterintuitive view of political freedom we need to hear today.
Liberals and Libertarians reject order as an ethical principle, conservative Christians do not. Read a defense of order as a precondition to justice.
When thinking of John Calvin, we don’t think of politics and legal theory. But impact legal theory he did.
What is the essence of freedom? How should Reformed Conservatives understand principles of law? F.J. Stahl shows how freedom is connected to man’s essence.