Religion: Words & Works

¶ The Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals upheld the right of a preacher in his pulpit to criticize a judge on his bench. It unanimously reversed the conviction of Pastor Ross Allen Weston of the Arlington Unitarian Church for contempt of court after he had preached a sermon accusing a judge of using his office, for political purposes.

¶ Before the 140th annual meeting of the North Carolina Presbyterian synod, the Rev. Benjamin F. Hall of Wilmington complained of so many special financial drives in the church today, that "I find there are only three Sundays in the year that I can...

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