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Flawed Perfection

What It Means to Be Human and Why It Matters for Culture, Politics, and Law

Jeffrey A. Brauch

224 pages
Lexham Press

To understand the problems that face the world, one must understand human nature.

From exploitation and violence to decisions about how to wisely govern or care for human life, the problems humanity faces aren't just abstract issues—they impact the day-to-day lives of many individuals and communities across the globe. How should Christians wrestle with these complex and difficult problems in a thoughtful, ethical way?

According to Jeffrey A. Brauch, people need to start with an informed grasp of human nature. It's only by understanding human nature that a person can recognize their profound value as God's good creation despite their fallen condition, and uphold equal human rights regardless of differences.

Flawed Perfection will help Christians from across the political and cultural spectrum think carefully about and actively respond to these issues with both gravity and grace

Author Bio
Jeffrey A. Brauch is a professor of law and former dean at Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Virginia. During his more than 20 years at the school, he has taught classes on the Christian foundations of law, international human rights, criminal law, civil procedure, and the origins of the Western legal tradition—covering a breadth of issues and providing him with the inspiration to write Flawed Perfection. He also helped found and is the executive director of Regent's Center for Global Justice, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law. He and his wife, Rebecca, lead the college and career group at their church and have four children.