In this work, the attorney-author examines God's laws as the roots of American law. Beginning with the Ten Commandments and God's other laws of the Old Testament, the author looks at what the Bible has to say about such contemporary topics as gay
marriage, abortion and the death penalty. The author then examines how American law has strayed from its intended purposes into American injustice.
This current issue of the Stanford Law Review features articles on handling unfair contracts, the ethics of a lawyer's possessing actual evidence in a case, and the forensic use of DNA and other means to establish families, plus notes on amicus briefs and religious freedom in a historical perspective. Articles are written by acclaimed scholars while notes are by students at Stanford Law School.