'The Ones We Are Judging Are Ourselves'



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A decision was made

Obviously you are judging those who you consider hijacked the church as being wrong minded. When the reality is we simply disagree with your understandings problem is you do not simply disagree with us, you judge us as being wrong because you perceive yourself as having the only right answer. For those of us who "hijacked the church", there is no inherent judgment of right or wrong in disagreeing with each other. There is only realizing that our disagreements cannot occupy the same space. Furthermore, the only body designated to speak for the whole church gave an answer you do not agree with and it is the exact same answer it has given since 1972. So exactly how was the church hijacked in 2019.

betsy more than 1 year ago

Just Maybe

Jesus said you will know them by their fruit. You can know His followers and false teachers by their fruit. That sounds an awful lot like the making of a decision. I think of judging here as being condemning, which would be different from making a decision.

Skipper more than 1 year ago

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