Our collection of audio presentations include an introductory series on the law’s relationship to Scripture and the Christian faith, lectures on Human Rights, and Christian lawyers in the public square. If what you want is to be inspired, encouraged, and equipped by listening to talks on theology of law, even while you are jogging or walking the dog, you have come to the right place.

audio presentations

Trinity and Constitutionalism

David McIlroy was recently interviewed by Anton Sorkin, Director of Law Student Ministries and Affiliate Professor at Trinity Law School, on The Cross and Gavel podcast about the Trinity and Constitutionalism.

systematic and biblical theology

'Theology of Law: An Introduction to and Systematic Overview of Law's Relationship to Scripture and the Christian Faith', 10 part series from Theology of Law.

human rights

‘Human Rights: Problem or Solution?’, Round Church, Cambridge.

In this talk, David McIlroy explores the problems which human rights theory seeks to address. He also considers the limitations and dangers of the common understanding of human rights and the attempt to use the language of human rights to resolve political and social questions. 17th October 2013.

The Politics Network Discusses Human Rights, UCCF.

Human rights are one of the core elements of the West’s sense of morality and ethics. Human rights discourse underpins many of our moral claims and grounds our sense of right and wrong. Whether politicians are talking about housing or the environment, family life or working conditions, human rights are frequently invoked as the basis for action/change/preservation. But what are human rights? Where have they come from? Where are they going? We sat down with lawyer David McIlroy to ask these and many other questions that, as Christians, we might better understand our political culture and be able to positively contribute as a result.

law and morality

‘Reclaiming the good: Can Christian lawyers constructively contribute in the Public Square?’, London, 23 April 2020.

In this talk, David McIlroy explains how shalom is the Biblical picture of the Good, and how Christian lawyers can seek to apply and to promote this idea in public life.

church and state

'Christianity and the Law', BBC Radio 4.

David McIlroy joined judge Sir Mark Hedley and journalist Joshua Rozenberg to discuss the relationship between Christianity and the law on the BBC Radio 4 programme ‘Beyond Belief’, broadcast 27th January 2014.

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