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Judging: When? Why? How?

Religion


by
Derek Prince

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 112 pages

File size: 210 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Some passages of Scripture say, “Judge,” while others say, “Don’t judge.” Most Christians aren’t sure that they should judge anything, while others feel responsible to raise a moral standard but don’t know how much authority they have. Derek Prince cuts through the apparent conflict to explain who is authorized to judge, when judgment is called for, what we are authorized to judge, where the limits are, and why our attitude matters. In a world that turns its back on God while crying, “Don’t judge me,” Derek Prince weighs in with a scriptural affidavit for sound judgment.

Some passages of Scripture say, “Judge,” while others say, “Don’t judge.” Most Christians aren’t sure that they should judge anything, while others feel responsible to raise a moral standard but don’t know how much authority they have. Derek Prince cuts through the apparent conflict to explain who is authorized to judge, when judgment is called for, what we are authorized to judge, where the limits are, and why our attitude matters. In a world that turns its backā€¦ (more)

Some passages of Scripture say, “Judge,” while others say, “Don’t judge.” Most Christians aren’t sure that they should judge anything, while others feel responsible to raise a moral standard but don’t know how much authority they have. Derek Prince cuts through the apparent conflict to explain who is authorized to judge, when judgment is called for, what we are authorized to judge, where the limits are, and why our attitude matters. In a world that turns its back on God while crying, “Don’t judge me,” Derek Prince weighs in with a scriptural affidavit for sound judgment.

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