Category: justice

Jury duty

August 27, 2010 | 3 comments

I was called in for jury duty last Monday. I sat in a large room with 70 other potential jurors patiently waiting for instructions. Two trials were about to commence and most people around me appeared to be hoping they

Justice and Iran’s elections

June 16, 2009 | 5 comments

Iran held its presidential elections over the weekend and President Ahmadinejad declared himself the victor, despite protests from his challenger Mousavi who claimed the elections were corrupted by fraud. Whether the elections were corrupted, I cannot say, but the heavy-handed

Seeking divine justice

July 16, 2007 | 5 comments

An inquirer was quizzing me about how Christian Scientists view the awful atrocities that occur in history over time. For instance, the millions Stalin murdered, or Hitler incinerated, or that civil war ravages in the heart of Africa. I said

The world is not fair

August 11, 2006 | 3 comments

“It’s not fair!” The words have been uttered millions of times by people not getting an honest shake. No salary increase, a promotion gone to another, being treated disrespectfully, and feeling overlooked and ignored often top the list of personal