Michael P. Schutt

Michael P. Schutt is Associate Professor of Law at Regent University, where he has taught since 1993. Before joining the Regent University faculty, Schutt practiced law after graduating with honors from the University of Texas School of Law. In addition to his teaching duties, Schutt also serves as the national coordinator for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Law School Ministry and directs the Institute for Christian Legal Studies, a cooperative ministry of the Christian Legal Society and the Regent University Law School. His faculty page can be viewed here.


Volume 90

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Guests on Volume 90: J. Mark Bertrand, on how the language of "worldviews" can mean something richer than it often does; Michael P. Schutt, on how the day-to-day practice of Christian lawyers can reflect a Christian view of the nature of law; Michael Ward, on how C. S. Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia were shaped by medieval cosmological beliefs about the seven planets; Dana Gioia, on the disturbing trends in the reading (non)habits of Americans; Makoto Fujimura, on reading, painting, and attending to the world; Gregory Edward Reynolds, on lessons about reading from the study of media ecology; Catherine Prescott, on why portrait painters often depict their subjects with books in their hands; and Eugene Peterson, on the place of reading in the spiritual lives of Christians.