What if a judge tried to stop a live nativity display from being on city property? Is there any hope that a religious display could coexist with Santa and his reindeer even on governmental property? Randy Singer does a wonder job in his novella The Judge Who Stole Christmas of showing the many facets of courts and appeal courts as they struggle with where the true meaning of Christmas fits into our world today.
The characters are real and the situation plausible but unlike other legal authors, Singer does a great job of guiding a nonlegal mind like mine through the ins and out of freedom issues discussed in the constitution.
Singer also does a good job of showing that God reigns-with or without the courts approval. Have a little Christmas cheer and enjoy The Judge that Stole Christmas.