LSU law student recapturing lost religious works

Reading piles of law school assigned texts dating back to colonial times and before isn’t daunting for third-year law student Bill Milburn—in fact, it isn’t enough. Milburn has recently set his mind to publishing them, as well. To do so, Milburn, who attends Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center in Baton Rouge, started up Piamarta Press in September. His goal is to assist religious educators teaching at middle and high school levels and to revive the works of international religious authors wholly or partially lost in translation. A deeper study of faith As a former grade school teacher and graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio, in humanities and Catholic culture, Milburn saw a niche opportunity to provide students with a better examination of faith beyond doctrinal studies. The key was biographies. “We’re in this pluralistic society,” Milburn said. “To me, the assumption about that…

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