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Flawed Perfection may sound like an oxymoron, but that’s clearly intentional. Jeffrey Brauch’s new title with Lexham Press, Flawed Perfection, shows how understanding our broken world through the lens of Scripture can help Christians make better sense of today’s most perplexing issues.

What about exploitation, violence, and the rule of law? They, too, are further complicated by common human brokenness. How should Christians respond?

Dig into Flawed Perfection: What It Means to be Human and Why It Matters for Culture, Politics, and Law. Brauch, a professor of law and former dean at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, believes the place to start is by better understanding human nature—including who we truly are as fallen creatures but created in the image of God.

Then, despite the inevitable differences of culture or politics, we can begin to navigate the thorny issues, responding in the light of the gospel.

World Magazine founder Joel Belz said that “Jeffrey Brauch has a well-earned reputation for taking the dry and the tedious and making them come very much alive. He lives up to that reputation on just about every page of this book.”

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