Religion: The Judge & His God

Does God ever sit on the judge's bench? He does if the judge really seeks Him, thinks Federal Judge Harold R. Medina, who presided over the trial of the eleven top-ranking U.S. Communists. Last week the Living Church quoted from a speech by Episcopalian Medina on the subject, "The Judge and His God":

"There is much in the Bible about judges, but I do not know of any judge who has discussed the impact of religion upon his profession . . . Fortunately for me, I was taught to pray from so early a time that I cannot remember going to bed...

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