To the editor,


The demand for justice rests on the moral laws of God and the dignity of man.


What is not right is unjust. To defraud a person or mistreat a person or take advantage of a person is to hinder and hurt him.


To the editor,

The demand for justice rests on the moral laws of God and the dignity of man.
What is not right is unjust. To defraud a person or mistreat a person or take advantage of a person is to hinder and hurt him.
And this is wrong, for it violates his dignity and strikes at his worth in the sight of God. God wants every person to achieve his highest potential as a person.
Therefore, when men are robbed of their rights, when they are oppressed, when they are helpless victims of economic or political circumstances which handicap them or destroy self-respect, when they are the victims of social situations which stifle personality, they are being deprived of rights which God intended all men everywhere to possess.
Justice is precious in the sight of God, for every person is precious in his sight.
Edward Johnson
St. James