Tag: law

What Makes a Champagne Flute Like a Kiddush Cup? Faith at work in the legal profession

One thing we’ve discussed on this blog at length is the need for more vocation-specific wrestling with issues of faith at work. We ran across this post written by a Christian paralegal and thought it served as a good example of someone applying their faith to the questions of their job. We’ve reprinted it here with some small adaptations. By Jacob…

“America! America!”: Faith, Work, Law, and Liberty at the Inaugural Prayer Service

America! America! God mend thine every flaw, Confirm thy soul in self-control, Thy liberty in law! –America the Beautiful (Katharine Lee Bates) It had been a long glorious morning full of adrenaline, symbolism, and splendid pomp and circumstance. Then we sang the second stanza of the hymn “America the Beautiful.” Confirming my soul in self-control and confirming my liberty in…