Who Are You To Judge?

Sin & Glory

There is a lot of teaching about how Christians should not be judgmental.  In fact, Matthew 7:1 (Do not judge…) now rivals John 3:16 as the most often quoted verse in the Bible.  While it is true that Christians should be careful about judging, to what extent should we be non-judgmental?

In Who Are You to Judge?: Learning to Distinguish Between Truths, Half-Truths, and Lies, Erwin Lutzer helps us sort through this maze of mystery.  Should we just accept whatever is put before us in the name of Christianity?  If someone claims to be from God, should we take them at their word?  With solid Biblical insight and well presented information, Lutzer shows that we must search the Scriptures to determine what is true, what is half-true and what is a lie.  That, in and of itself, means to judge.

The Bible clearly calls believers to be…

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