Cochran, Jr. , Robert F.
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Robert F. Cochran, Jr. is the Louis D. Brandeis Professor of Law Emeritus at Pepperdine University. He has published 10 books and over 60 articles. His books include Christian Perspectives on Legal Thought (with Michael McConnell and Angela Carmella); Agape, Justice, and Law (with Zachary Calo); Faith and Law; Law and the Bible: Justice, Mercy, and Legal Institutions (with David VanDrunen); Christianity and Private Law (with Michael Moreland); and Lawyers, Clients, and Moral Responsibility (with Thomas L. Shaffer). Professor Cochran has taught and lectured on law and religion and human rights issues in Rwanda, Uganda, Sudan, South Korea, Vietnam, and China.


New! Biden, Abortion, and the Temptations of Status: Biblical Lessons from Another "Ordinary Joe"

Joe Biden is a lifelong Catholic. He was raised in Catholic neighborhoods and was taught in Catholic schools. He may be the most actively religious president since Jimmy Carter - regularly attending Mass and publicly citing Christian principles to justify his policies. Yet his policies reject one of his Church's most important moral teachings - the right to life of unborn children.

Date posted: 2021-06-06