Housing lawyer Ed Veale joins Ranti Williams, Rachel Huston and retired high court judge Sir Jeremy Cooke to discuss how some scenarios tenants and landlords could find themselves in discuss the law and the Christian approach to solving them.
ADF lawyer Laurence Wilkinson and leading genocide expert Professor William Schabas talk about how the legal definition is not always enough to stop mass murder. Sir Jeremy Cooke, Ranti Williams and Rachel Huston discuss how Christians respond.
Retired high court judge Sir Jeremy Cooke takes a look at the biblical understanding of injustice and does your boss owe you a ‘happy’ work environment.
Should Christians blow the whistle at work. Even though the law is meant to protect you, many have ended up in hot water or worse – sacked. When bus driver Martin found himself in this predicament he called Premier for some legal advice. What does the law and the bible have to say about whistleblowing?
Breastfeeding in public is entirely legal in the UK. However one woman in America has was asked to leave a service after feeding her baby. In the Dock speaks to parish midwife Angela Sheridan about church culture and breastfeeding and Ranti Williams and Sir Jeremy Cooke ask just because it’s legal should suckling mothers stop and think before doing it in church.
Medical ethics lawyer Charles Foster and Sir Jeremy Cooke discuss the legal and philosophical issues around what makes a person a person in law. Are you a person in the womb? What about if you ‘lose your mind’? Are Christians born again the same ‘persons’ they once were?
Lawyer David Foster and former high court judge turned international arbitrator Sir Jeremy Cooke give their top tips on dealing with conflict from a legal and Christian perspective. Featuring Rachel Huston and Ranti Williams.