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Doing Good Can Be So Confusing

I’m Not a Pastor Apparently I confuse people. I don’t mean to, but I do. It becomes apparent mostly on line when someone writes that I should do something in particular, or I should refrain from saying something, or there’s … Continue reading

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Speaking Up Against Sexist Comments

Years ago a group of attorneys were in my office to go over the cases being heard that day. A clerk came in to deliver a file to me. I thanked her and she left. One of the attorneys – … Continue reading

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Illogical Law

A World of Difference There is a huge difference between the purpose of the law in the spiritual realm and in worldly society, yet they are both for our benefit. Spiritually – God’s law is righteous (Romans 7:12), but anyone who relies … Continue reading

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What Price Ethics? Ask a Bangladeshi

I really like judicial ethics. I like them for a lot of reasons. They guide judges in considering their behavior and attitudes. They give the public a basis for measuring a judge’s performance. And they are really interesting to study … Continue reading

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