Wednesday, October 3, 2007

U.S. Expert in Catholic Social Teaching Cuts Through the Putrid Smoke and Clears the Air

Templeton laureate Michael Novak has penned a rather fine article in National Review Online about Ave Maria School of Law. This excerpt captures the clarity and essence of the piece:

Sometimes, though, a violation of fairness seems so flagrant that one feels a duty to ask all contenders to step back, slowly examine the evidence on all sides, hear the best arguments from each, and then try to go forward in fairness and justice. Law professors, above all, should wish to hear both sides of a case. So should we all.
Ambassador Novak should be applauded, so we'll do so here.