• Christian Judgment – It’s Like Sunshine for Atheists, Angry Feminists and Gays

    March 12, 2012 1:50 pm 59 comments
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  • From a Christian standpoint, judgment of others is a necessary and fundamental part of being Christian. Soon after reading that statement, some poor confused soul will begin screeching and braying like a newly gelded donkey “Judge not lest ye be judged!” The Atheists, angry women and Gays always misquote and misinterpret Mathew 7:1. What a shame.

    Those people need a healthy dose of reality and scriptural understanding of Mathew, Chapter 7. Clearly, they are corrupt dogs that twist the righteous value of judgment into a politically correct reason to ignore, imitate or condone evil or abhorrent behaviors in others. Judgment is a healthy part of Christian life that helps others actualize in Christ and become better human beings.

    1 Judge not, that ye be not judged.
    2 For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.
    3 And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?
    4 Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye; and, behold, a beam is in thine own eye?
    5 Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother’s eye.
    6 Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend you. Mathew 7:1-6

    What If There Was No Judgment?

    While doubtful many would admit it Atheists, Feminists and Gays would be very sulky if truthful Christian judgment and righteous indignation was suddenly halted regarding their behaviors. Each abnormality depends on scripturally supported judgment for identity and recognition. Without the truth of their abhorrent ways they would cease to be and so would Christians.


    Atheists are particularly dependent on the judgment of Christians and relish the opportunity to compare and contrast acts of charity, performance in the bedroom, and even intelligence levels. Atheists will evangelize their superior moral feats with billboards and bus stop placards as a reaction to judgment. It is a joyous undertaking for them, bless their hearts. Atheist activists will regale in the delights of condemning a Christian for offering prayers for their sick children after baiting them with facebook posts that falsely claim a terrible illness.

    Even as non-believing Atheists, they cannot escape the truth of Mathew 7:1. Atheists cannot help but judge as they wish to be judged, because they rely heavily upon Christian judgment to test their disbelief. This explains all those silly debates and AlterNet’s popularity in general.

    Judgment is the secret juice of morality for everyone, the just and unjust alike. Once must discern and weigh based on scripture or personal ethos which path has the quality of ‘good’ in life. Keeping others on a path of thinking and comparing their own behaviors with those of Christians brings everyone closer to Christ, even if they don’t like it, don’t believe or simply reject Christian values. The rejection and absolute necessity of judgment is the powerful mote of their own hypocrisy.


    An Example of How Judgment is Valuable if One Stops Looking for the Mote

    Imagine waiting in the executive lounge to board an airplane after a well-deserved vacation to a sunny locale. You’re a little sunburned. Your eyes are tired. Your mind is still overwhelmed by the brightness of the beach and aqua blue waters.

    While in the more salubrious bathroom facilities of the executive lounge, you notice that two pairs of feet are in one of the bathroom stalls. The room smells of tropical flowers with a faint hint of bleach and sanitizers, unlike the public restrooms that smell of fetid molding urinal cakes and crusty smears on the flushing handles. The marbled tile reverberates and enhances the sounds in the windowless room. You hear hushed whispers, muffled groans and slurping noises coming from the stall.

    While washing your hands, you notice one of the men emerging from the stall is an African-American in what might be a pilot’s uniform. He has a white powdery substance on his right nostril and upper lip. The other is a skinny white twenty something with filthy, beaded corn rows and dressed in short, sleeveless coveralls common to those that drive the baggage carts from the underground dungeon of the airport to the belly of the plane. They both give you a queer look and frown as they leave the rest room.


    As a Christian, you might join your spouse in the waiting area for a brief time before being called for preferred boarding. Stepping on to the plane, to your surprise you might notice the pilot is the same African-American man you saw in the lavatory with the white powder on his nostril. He will not meet your eyes and seems nervous. Uncomfortable with the situation, you tell your significant other you are feeling very ill and would like to get off the plane and maybe take a later flight.

    Quickly explaining to your spouse what happened, you find the airport security office to report the incident. Unfortunately the security officers are unwilling to act on your testimony because their perceptions of the situation are all catawampus and blinded by the fact a woman mistakenly used the men’s rest room.

    Some will see certain accidental events as reasons to disqualify a person’s astute and detailed observations of potential mischief and danger. They act as if these kinds of unplanned forays into the male inner sanctum are serial explorations of a damaged moral compass even when a list of surprised male witnesses from the workplace are provided to attest to the serendipitous nature of the same semi infrequent accidents over the past 10 years. It boggles the mind how far some will go to disprove truth and seek out the mote to critique judgment.

    After five and a half hours of the same questions regarding why you, a woman, used the men’s restroom, you find out the plane crashed in the Bermuda Triangle and the baggage handler was smuggling Krispy Kreme donuts onto the island. If only everyone valued the judgment of Christians and wasn’t so pre-occupied with finding the mote in the eye of the judge perhaps we all would be better off.

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