Most people accept Supreme Court decisions, even when the Justices themselves vigorously criticize each other's opinions. But recent cases, with the frequency of their 5-4 decisions, cause concern as to the direction in which the rule of law is being taken. Both conservatives and liberals are concerned as to who will be appointed to fill expected vacancies. Building precedent upon precedent has led to consequences not intended by the courts that created the earlier precedents. Some of these decisions even redefined the terms of the Constitution or added rights not mentioned in the text of either the Constitution or the Bill of Rights. The thesis of this book is that lawyers and judges, especially Christian lawyers and judges, know the difference between right and wrong. Then, their collective and continued leadership and influence may restore American culture to that which was exemplified by the Greatest Generation.