Judging and Discernment

Reasoned Cases For Christ


In the last three or four weeks I have had a small number of exchanges with other people that has led me to re-evaluate my approach with regard to the manner in which I articulate my exchanges with others on various topics where there may be disagreements in biblical interpretation or differences in methodology.

I should mention that in the vast majority of the very few confrontational conversations I have with others, I am deliberately non-accusatory to their person. In other words, I do not actively engage in addressing any perceived shortfalls that I have observed in their personal general witness to our Lord. And there are a couple of really good reasons for that. Number one is that, this is not the prime reason why I write this plog, e.g., to criticize others, my goal is to lift, not tear down, and number two, I am far from being…

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