Just a reminder: The Bible says you should judge

Lefties invented and perfected the Big Lie. The National Socialists used it to great effect, but other leftists (Soviets, Cubans, Venezuelans, North Koreans, Libyans, etc.) also abused it to death.

One part of the Big Lie is repetition: people will truly believe anything if its said by enough people. Peer pressure wasn’t just something your D.A.R.E. officer told you about to scare you; it is very, very real.

One Big Lie the left likes to tell is that Jesus commands people not to “judge” others, and by judge they mean “say that someone is doing something bad, or that a person is evil.” In fact they often quote Jesus’s words (twistedly, of course): “Judge lest ye be judged.”

Of course they’re lying.

Jesus never says don’t judge someone as sinning or being evil. The context of his quote is that Jesus is saying “don’t be a hypocrite when you judge people.” This is the whole “remove the mote from your own eye” argument-context. In fact, Jesus was condemning the Jewish high priests for their hypocrisy, as they would condemn people for sins they themselves or their family were committing and getting off scot-free.

Jesus had no problem for you condemning another’s sins if you were free of such sin yourself. In fact, in both the Gospel of Luke and in the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus orders his followers to do just that.

What Jesus hated in sinners was hypocrisy, which the Jewish high council had in droves. Compare Jesus’s treatment of prostitutes, thieves, and tax collectors.  He dines with them because they know they are sinners and want t do better. Jesus curses those who sin and don’t care, or worse complain abut others doing their same sins. Compare, again, Jesus’s treatment of the two thieves he is crucified with—one has no repentance, and demands Jesus save them; Jesus ignores him, likely knowing that, that day, he would see him in hell. The other begs Jesus’s forgiveness for his crimes; Jesus pardons him and promises him heaven.

For example, if you don’t molest children, condemn homosexuals.

Fuck the left. Yay Jesus. Condemn sinners.

2 Responses to “Just a reminder: The Bible says you should judge”

  1. MrStoneycool69 Says:

    The National Socialist’s did not use the “Big Lie” technique at all, this was typical Jewish Media hypocrisy at best . Germany based their propaganda on truth and facts unlike the Allies and Soviets did. A interesting book on this subject by Dr. Goebbles is called “Communism with the mask off” .

  2. sondjata Says:

    No, actually the “Judge not lest ye be judged” comes in three forms:
    KJV:

    “Judge not, that ye be not judged.”

    implication: If you don’t want to be judged then don’t judge others.

    “Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment.”

    Judgement based on principle (which is what you’re discussing here).

    “Judge not, and ye shall not be judged: condemn not, and ye shall not be condemned: forgive, and ye shall be forgiven:”

    The “do unto others” argument.

    So if you hear the comment you need to ask the speaker whether they mean, the Matthew, John or Luke version.

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