Protecting women from violence and discrimination is a hot topic. The feminist movement claims to address these issues in its fight for women’s rights. However, without knowing the true source for women’s rights—or human rights—communities will fail to accurately diagnose the problem and effectively provide a solution. In this essay, Professor Laurie Stewart addresses the philosophical and legal foundation for human rights, and women’s rights more specifically. Uniquely, Stewart provides a comparison of women’s rights by worldview, answering definitively the question of who and what holds the greatest hope for women.
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Laurie Stewart is an attorney, law school professor, mediator, Christian apologist, and event speaker. She earned a J.D. from Chapman University School of Law in Orange, CA, an M.A. in Apologetics from Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, CA, and a B.A. from CSUF in Fullerton, CA. Laurie and her husband, John, founded Intelligent Faith an international organization committed to presenting an intelligent Christian faith through teaching, speaking, and writing. Laurie is honored to have formerly served as President of Women in Apologetics. She is a frequent speaker on a variety of topics, including Christian Apologetics, Conflict Resolution, and Human Rights at universities, churches, seminars, conferences and women’s groups, in the U.S., Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.