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    How Should Christians Answer Jihad: Interview with Nabeel Qureshi

    In our polarizing political environment, the distinctions between the religion of Islam and our Muslim friends and neighbors have become indistinguishable. Dr. Nabeel Qureshi is a former Muslim and a Christian apologist who spoke to attorneys Noel Sterett and  Michelle Zier about his new book, Answering Jihad: A Better Way Forward.   Read More...

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    Politics from the Pulpit?

      Unless you are a cloistered cleric, you are aware—perhaps painfully aware—that we are in the thick of a presidential election year. Social media and the 24 hour news cycle provide an incessant source of political punditry and prognostication. You may enjoy and engage in the political debate in hopes that it will produce a better America with better laws—laws which greatly affect you, your family, and your neighbors.   Read More...

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    Scalia's Flick of the Chin

    We were deeply saddened by the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia. His convictions and wit were unmatched in the judiciary. At Mauck & Baker, our own unique memory of Justice Scalia is memorialized by a personal letter in our office; the story behind it captures Scalia’s biting bluntness that made him so effective on the highest court.   Read More...

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    Norway’s Parental Rights Down the Rabbit Hole, America Next?

      In 1865, Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll, published his famous novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Readers then and now continue to be mystified by a narrative that can only be described as illogical and wholly irrational. The novel introduced readers to a world of such absurdity that it helped launch the phenomenon now known as the literary-nonsense genre.  Lately, another story has been unfolding rivaling even Carrol’s work within the same genre...  Read More...

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    Freedom and Reconciliation for King’s Tabernacle in Johnston, RI

    (Johnston, R.I.—February 28, 2016) We are delighted to report that on February 28, 2016, King’s Tabernacle Church is free to worship at their new location in Johnston, Rhode Island. The worship service pictured above was the church’s first meeting in nearly a year in the 124 year old church building which had been purchased from the Belknap Community Church. When King’s Tabernacle acquired the property in April of 2015, the town would not allow the predominantly African-American congregation to ...  Read More...

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    A Bible for Cheeseheads: An Interview with Art Starr

    Attorney and Chicago Bears fan John Mauck interrogates Pat Baker (aka Art Starr), the author of The Cheesehead Bible. This adaption of the Gospel for Packer fans presents a stirring saga of the burly people of Wisconsin who turn war into ritual. You may say its a cheesy book of biblical proportions.   Read More...

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    Avoiding the Mission Drift: An Interview with Peter Greer

    Without careful attention, faith-based organizations drift from their founding mission. It's that simple. It will happen. Slowly, silently, and with little fanfare, organizations routinely drift from their purpose, and many never return to their original intent.   On our inaugural show of Lawyers for Jesus, we spoke to Peter Greer of Hope International, a global Christ-centered microenterprise development organization empowering the poor throughout Af...  Read More...

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    Introducing the M&B Radio Show: Lawyers for Jesus

    Tune in Sundays at 12:30 pm on AM 1160 for Lawyers for Jesus Radio. Each week, the attorneys from Mauck & Baker will cover a variety of topics relating to the Gospel in law and in the marketplace.         Listen live to AM 1160 by clicking here. Find the Lawyers for Jesus podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts.   On February 13th, we will feature Tom Strening of Courtside Ministries, a nationwid...  Read More...

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    Google Yourself

    “A good reputation and respect are worth much more than silver and gold.” Proverbs 22:1 I was recently contacted by a friend who owned a home remodeling business. For years, his company was well respected and had a steady stream of clients. That is until this past year when business was suddenly brought to a standstill.   Read More...

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    King’s Tabernacle Takes Freedom Fight to Federal Court

    (Johnston, R.I.—January 25, 2016) King’s Tabernacle Church filed a federal lawsuit today against the town of Johnston after giving town officials ample time to correct its opposition to the church and address the racist conduct of its Zoning Official Ben Nascenzi. Early last year, King’s Tabernacle purchased the 124 year old church located at 500 Greenville Avenue from the Belknap Community Church. However, the town would not allow King’s Tabernacle, a predominantly African-American congregation...  Read More...

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