“Don’t Judge Me”: An Observation

I don’t judge, I report.  And I don’t argue, I simply explain why I’m right and you’re not.

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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1 Response to “Don’t Judge Me”: An Observation

  1. There are certain concepts that are very interesting as they cease to exist the moment you acknowledge their existence. Ex.: If you say you’re humble, you’re probably no longer are. Judge: If you say someone is judging you, you are placing yourself as judge over that person, thus judging him or her… That’s why, within the context, the commandment starts with the order itself, then the consequence: JUDGE NOT lest ye be judged! If you judge you will be judged for judging… an interesting endless chain…


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