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David McIlroy

David McIlroy is a practising barrister based in London in the UK. He serves on the editorial board of Law & Justice, teaches the Mission of Justice and the Theology of Law course at Spurgeon’s College, and is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Notre Dame (USA) in England. He is convinced that justice matters enormously to God and He wants Christians to work hard to see justice done more and more in situations around the world. Through his books (A Biblical View of Law and Justice, A Trinitarian Theology of Law, The End of Law) and many articles, David seeks to deepen people’s reflections on justice and to inspire others to take up the challenge of acting justly, loving mercy, and walking humbly with God (Micah 6:8).



The Gospel and the Rule of Law

Although the Reformation freed the Church from obsession with religious law, it is no accident that the rule of law has developed most strongly in countries whose culture has been affected by the gospel. This workshop looks at how the gospel has contributed to the promotion of the rule of law and how the rule of law creates freedoms, the possibility for widespread human flourishing, and opportunities for the proclamation of the gospel.


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