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Bible, New Testament The Holy Bible (starting with the New Testament) 
Bible, Old Testament The Holy Bible (starting with the Old Testament) 
Bibliography Designed for the Christian law student, this bibliography describes hundreds of books and essays, divided by law-centered topics, including the typical law school curriculum. 
Blue Like Jazz A great read recommended by members. Read the 1st chapter here and if you want to read more, look for it at your book store or library. Movie also coming soon. 
Christian Lawyer magazine The very latest issue of The Christian Lawyer magazine has the primary focus of legal aid to the poor and needy. CLS encourages all members to get involved at some level with a Christian legal aid clinic locally, or through other pro bono efforts in your community. We hope that you enjoy the feature articles and regular departments in this issue: 
E-Devotionals | CLS The following E-Devotionals were sent to our members by email on a bi-weekly basis beginning in July 2009. Written by CLS member Charley Cole these E-Devotionals are for your encouragement and edification. If you would like to receive these by email, please email us so sign up and ensure that your computer's browser allows emails via Constant Contact from memmin@clsnet.org. 
Essential Law Reading List A select group of law professors, young lawyers, and law student ministry staff were asked the following question: "Off the top of your head - no need to noodle on this for more than two minutes - what books or essays would you recommend that every Christian law student read before or during law school?" 
Fellowships Founded on the Rock by Dan Kim An essay about what a law student fellowship is and is not. 
Purpose Driven Life First seven chapters of Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren. Get the rest at your bookstore or library. The most basic question everyone faces in life is Why am I here? What is my purpose? Self-help books suggest that people should look within, at their own desires and dreams, but Rick Warren says the starting place must be with God and his eternal purposes for each life. Real meaning and significance comes from understanding and fulfilling God’s purposes for putting us on earth. The Purpose-Driven Life takes the groundbreaking message of the award-winning Purpose-Driven Church and goes deeper, applying it to the lifestyle of individual Christians. This book helps readers understand God’s incredible plan for their lives. Warren enables them to see the big picture of what life is all about and begin to live the life God created them to live. 
Summer Reading Program 2009 Michael P. Schutt, Redeeming Law: Christian Calling and the Legal Profession; Harold J. Berman, Law and Revolution: The Formation of the Western Legal Tradition (Harvard 1983); Thomas Aquinas, Treatise on Law (Regnery Gateway ed. 1998) J. Budziszewski, Natural Law for Lawyers (Blackstone 2006)* 
The Acquaintance With Things Human and Divine  A short introduction to the Christian foundations of law. 
Toward a Reasoned Defense of the Peculiarly Christian Law Student by Prof Michael P. Schutt Some ideas about what it means to be a Christian in law school. From the Spring 2006 Christian Lawyer Magazine 
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