“Everyone presumably favors human rights,” says John Montgomery, but everyone favors them in their own terms. After describing the 19th century shift from a Natural Law based theory of human rights to what is called Legal Positivism, Dr. Montgomery exposes the flaws of the latter theory and investigates other concepts by which a standard of human rights might be devised. Dr. Montgomery argues that human rights must come “from the outside” and thus require a basis in religion. Finally, he asserts that the way of Jesus Christ offers not only the basis for an unchangeable set of human rights, but also the power to change people’s hearts so that they may be lived out.