Archive for April, 2009
I don’t handle bankrupcty cases in my law practice, but in this struggling economy I get calls and questions from people in financial trouble seeking a Christian perspective on bankruptcy.
In my view, filing for bankruptcy protection can be a legitimate option for Christians facing personal economic meltdown. But bankruptcy should be a last resort, used […]
What about taxes? Since the government uses so much of our tax money for immoral purposes, isn’t it okay for Christians to shade the truth a little when it comes to paying taxes? Aren’t we actually honoring God if we hide some of our income from the IRS?
I tackle these tough issues in my latest legal […]
What’s this image? Click it to see a Wordle word cloud of my new “blawg” (that’s legalese for law blog) for lawyers, future lawyers, and wannabe lawyers: The Believer’s Guide to Legal Issues.
While Is There a Lawyer in the Church? will remain focused on providing a vital biblical Christian legal perspective for non-lawyers facing real life legal situations, my new blawg offers […]