Janie B. Cheaney writes an article pointing to contradictions on the subject of judging in the present edition of World magazine. She contributes a piece that is part lament and part grief as she notes that we all judge.
Here's a worthy pull quote: " He who condemns Hitler is condemning him under the law. She who condemns Lady Gaga or Sarah Palin - or anyone opposed to a particular moral sensibility - is condemning them under the law, however unorthodox her interpretation of the law may be. But we will not judge ourselves. We want a judge for the world, but not for us."
Cheaney reveals a lament of C.S. Lewis that stands naked in the cultural courtyard - logic, they don't teach logic anymore.