The Greek word for "judge" is the same here as in Matthew 7:1.

Thank you for writing this thoroughly rounded article. I only had time to scan it, but seems like one I will chew on and digest well, so the next time someone tells me not to judge, I will have a sound, biblical reply 🙂

The Bible clearly teaches that truth is objective, eternal, and inseparable from God’s character.

Not merely "do not condemn," for this would leave too much latitude; nor, on the other hand, "do not ever judge," for this is sometimes our duty; but "do not be always judging" ().


All of this judgment was according to the Word of God.

Based on what little information I have: When we ask for God's forgiveness he forgives them and hides our sins in the sin of forgetfulness never to remember anymore. We are judged on sins that we do not ask forgiveness of.


At the coming judgment we will need to face the truth of ..

The main issues discussed by philosophers on the topic of evilhave been: Should we use the term ‘evil’ in our moral,political, and legal discourse and thinking, or is evil an out-datedor empty concept which should be abandoned? What is the relationshipbetween evil and other moral concepts such as badness and wrongdoing?What are the necessary and sufficient conditions for evil action?What are the necessary and sufficient conditions for evil character?What is the relationship between evil action and evil character? Whattypes of evil actions and characters can exist? What is the properanalysis of derivative concepts such as evil institution?

Berean Bible Church: Judge Not! - Matthew 7:1-6

The argument Christ uses to dissuade from this evil, which the Jews were very prone to, is, "that ye be not judged"; meaning, either by men, for such censorious persons rarely have the good will of their fellow creatures, but are commonly repaid in the same way; or else by God, which will be the most awful and tremendous: for such persons take upon them the place of God, usurp his prerogative, as if they knew the hearts and states of men; and therefore will have judgment without mercy at the hands of God.

Who are you, what do you do, and why do you do it

According to Clendinnen the concept of evil cannot explain theperformance of actions because it is an essentially dismissiveclassification. To say that a person, or an action, is evil is just tosay that that person, or action, defies explanation or isincomprehensible (see Clendinnen 1999, 81; see also, Pocock 1985).(Joel Feinberg (2003) also believes that evil actions are essentiallyincomprehensible. But he does not think that we should abandon theconcept of evil for this reason.)

Doesn't the Bible say that God loves everyone

(4.) Never judge at all without remembering your own sinfulness, and the ignorance and infirmities which may extenuate the sinfulness of others. - As anxiety about the things of this life hinders us Godwards (ch.