'Don't Judge' Shouldn't Apply To You Either!

* First Question to Ask to Determine if a Muslim Terrorist has a Network: Bob Enyart describes what should be the first diagnostic question, regarding any terrorist attack including the one on children in Manchester, England, that should be asked when trying to determine whether an Islamic terrorist had a "network." That question is, "Did he attend a mosque?" If yes, the presumed answer then is, "Yes, he had a network." See more at kgov.com/terror.

* Should 'Don't Judge' Apply To You? Bob then concludes yesterday's discussion, that was titled 'Don't Judge" Doesn't Apply to Us Here at BEL. The question is, Should Christians judge. Jesus commanded men to judge rightly and He told them to judge not. Did the Lord contradict Himself? Or does the Bible say more about judging than Christians are generally taught?

* Don't judge? Jesus repeatedly taught men to judge rightly, insisting they “judge with righteous judgment” (John 7:24) and He praised a man who “rightly judged” (Luke 7:43). Paul shamed the Corinthian Christians because no one among them was willing to “judge the smallest matters” (1 Cor. 6:2). As the Apostle wrote, “He who is spiritual judges all things” for “we have the mind of Christ” (1 Cor. 2:15-16). See more at kgov.com/judge.

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