Ethix Chapter 4. Who are You to Judge?. Memory Verse. Matthew 7:1 “Do not judge, or you too will be judged .” John 7:24 “Stop judging by mere appearances, and make a right judgment .”. Memory Verse. Matthew 7:1 “Do not , or you will be .” John 7:24
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Who are You to Judge?
“What is the context for Matthew 7:1?” you ask.
In a nutshell, he was really condemning hypocritical judging, where we judge others but refuse to follow the standard by which we judge. (p. 53)
We’ll talk more about this in our reading this week.
Definition: Morals can be true for some but not others. It depends on a person’s beliefs.
“There are no moral boundaries.”
*If you can create an opportunity to follow up with people you surveyed, do! Obviously we want to speak in love, but now you can dialogue with them given the information you learned last week.
This is a self-refuting statement!
*Everyone must participate in discussion to get points.
When we judge actions without hypocrisy