I am writing this as a separate post from the "chrisitian" thread. Steveng raises the issue of not judging but, I think that christians and well meaning people have this all wrong. The verse from Matthew is reminding us not to hypocrites. It is not tell us not to point out evil. I think good people everywhere, regardless of creed or belief have a duty to point out wrong. If more people felt this way, the world and many of our personal situations would be different.
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