The Classic Midrash: Tannaitic Commentaries on the Bible
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1:10 ) upon the backs of your judges . ” Similarly Solomon said , “ GRANT , THEN
, YOUR SERVANT AN UNDERSTANDING MIND TO JUDGE YOUR PEOPLE ” ( 1
Kings 3 ... Rather thus did he say to them , “ I am not like all the other judges .
This refers to one who is responsible for appointing judges . Perhaps you would
say , “ This ... I shall appoint him a judge . ” The result will be that the guilty will go
free and the innocent be convicted , not because ( the judge ) is wicked , but.
Deuteronomy 32:36 , Sifre D. 326 , 377 FOR THE LORD WILL JUDGE HIS
PEOPLE ( Deut . 32:36 ) . When the Holy One judges the nations , He rejoices ,
but when He judges His people He regrets it , as it were , as it is said FOR THE
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Notes to Introduction
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