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Q: Does the Bible tell Christians to judge not?

A: There are significant logical problems with the claim that believers should not make judgments. The first becomes evident when we read the context of Matthew 7:1. Here, Christ is warning believers against making judgments in a hypocritical or condemning manner.

That type of judging is a characteristic often associated with the Pharisees during the ministry of Jesus. Many people who quote “judge not” from Matthew 7:1 fail to notice the command to judge in Matthew 7:5, when it says, “Then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.” The point Jesus emphasizes here is to judge yourself first before you make judgments about others.

In the broader context, Jesus is telling believers to be discerning when it comes to false teaching and false prophets because they “look” Christian, but their goal is to lead the flock astray (Matthew 7:15–20; Luke 6:43–45).

Continue reading to get answers from Scripture about judging as it relates to believers and unbelievers.

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In this much-needed presentation, Steve Ham shows from our Savior’s own prayer of John 17 that unity is not developed through academic consensus, but instead by believing the clear truth of the Word of the revealed Creator and Savior Himself.

News to Note Quick Look

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Starbirth on steroids?: Star light, star so bright—is this hot spot in the sky churning out stars at record-breaking speed?

Stone Age Europe: Family tree of much of modern European population has Stone Age roots.

When did life begin?: Researchers calculate that life had to have begun so long ago earth did not yet exist.

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