Host Mike Schutt discusses a wide array of topics at the intersection of faith and law, including vocational stewardship in the legal profession, religious liberty, the relationship between law and morality, and topics related to Christian jurisprudence. Guests come from a variety of law practice backgrounds, including academia, criminal law, corporate law, BigLaw, and solo practice.
Drew & Mike Talk Beowulf
Volume 4 of "Small Brains on Big Books" features Drew Nelson and Mike Schutt discussing the great Christian poem Beowulf. You'll love this discussion, even if you didn't love Beowulf in High School.
Law Student Roundtable: Virtual Meetings that Work
Join host Mike Schutt, Law Student Ministries Communications Coordinator Joan McElveen, Pepperdine 3L Reed Bartley, and law student leaders from other law schools across the country, as they share and discuss virtual meetings that work.
Law Student Leaders' Summit: Ideas, Encouragement, Sharing
Excerpts from Law Student Ministries' first-ever national Law Student Leaders' Summit, featuring an introduction to LSM, an overview of Christian Legal Society's four ministries, an exhortation on the calling of the leader, and some questions and sharing by campus leaders from all over the country.
#96 The Dept of Education Regs & Religious Freedom with Kim Colby
On Wednesday, September 9, the Department of Education announced a new rule that will protect religious groups meeting on public university campuses. Kim Colby, the director of the Center for Law and Religious Freedom at Christian Legal Society, lays out why the regulation was necessary, and what it will mean for students.
The Department's announcement is here.
Drew & Mike Talk Books: The Benedict Option
Drew Nelson and Mike Schutt discuss the insights and admonitions of Rod Dreher‘s The Benedict Option. The book has been widely discussed, and rightly so, in Christian circles, and, as Drew and Mike discuss, Dreher’s challenge to the Church to be the Church is a welcome one, regardless of the relative dangers of secular culture. Yet the book’s insights on that score are helpful, too, and Drew and Mike highlight Dreher's key insights on politics, education, and technology as they relate to his main thes
Colby and Smith on Bostock v. Clayton County
Kim Colby and Reed Smith of the Center for Law and Religious Freedom unpack the troubling Supreme Court decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia, handed down June 15. Justice Gorsuch seems to abandon his vaunted "textualism" in favor of a convoluted "literalism" with disastrous results.
I listen to every episode that comes out. Mike Shutt is a wonderful and insightful host; the guests that come on the program are knowledgeable and entertaining. This is what great podcasting IS people!
WOW…Cross & Gavel Audio Podcast is flat out awesome. Good production quality. Easy to listen. Very impressed Mike. Keep bringing it.