Nikash SINGH SINGH de Narayan Pura, Rajasthan, India
A marvellous book written by an author that holds his own with Schaeffer, Piper and Lewis. Michae Schutt was a former law school professor of mine. I recently had the opportunity to share the podium with him in addressing the current Regent University school of law student body. The subject matter of his speech, as well as our private conversations, compelled me to purchase his book, "Redeeming Law." Given the title and subject matter, the tome may be of greater interest to those engaged in the legal as opposed to other professions. Nonetheless, Schutt's discussion of the integrated man v. the fractured man, as well as his detailed analysis of the necessity of unity, community and integrity in the creation-fall-redemption paradigm, are of great benefit to anyone seeking to understand the created whole nature of man. The book is by no means an easy read and may, in fact, be one of the most difficult volumes with which I have wrestled. The reward, however, is equal to or greater than the effort and the knowledge is challenging. As Piper would encourage, reading means thinking and there is no point to reading unless you want to be actively involved. This book, then, is true exercise.