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Harvard Law Prof William Stuntz Talks About Faith and the Future

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  • Harvard Law Prof William Stuntz Talks About Faith and the Future


    Once in a while, you come across an article that just sort of just stops you cold. Jeffrey Zaslow's now famous article about former Carnegie Mellon professor Randy Pausch's "last lecture" was one such piece.

    We came across another today: a recent interview Harvard Law professor William Stuntz gave to an online publication called Patheos, which purports to present "Balanced Views of Religion and Spirituality."

    Stuntz is the Henry J. Friendly Professor of Law at Harvard. He teaches criminal law and criminal procedure. According to the article, Stuntz since 1999 has suffered from incurable pain in his back that he, according to the piece, likens to "having a blaring alarm clock taped to one's ear, with no way to lower the volume." In February of 2008, he was diagnosed with cancer, which has since spread throughout his body. Stuntz, 52, is not expected to live more than a year. Stuntz is also a practicing Christian.

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