>Judge not, that ye be not judged

>Judge not, that ye be not judged
Why do so many Christians fail to follow this?

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    This goes against the laws of God, only evil people benefit from this. All Jesus ever did was protect sinners.
    >Don't judge them
    >Don't resist their evil
    >Don't fight back against them
    >Don't protect your belongings from them
    >Love them
    >Bless them
    >Pray for them
    >Do good to them
    >Give them everything they ask of you
    Dafuq? The Original Testament of God says that you must punish evil people, despise them and reject them.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Also a lot of American "Christians" are burning to abandon the pretense of being a follower of Jesus and be accepted into Old School Judaism, such as

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Judaism does not obey the laws of God either.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Yes it does.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Never seen them stoning an adulterer or doing the daily sacrifices.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            The sacrifices cannot be performed because the Temple was destroyed, and to stone someone you need the accused to acknowledge that they knowingly sinned and you need two witnesses. Even in ancient times, the death penalty was rarely carried out (legally at least), and it was said that a court that executed one criminal every 7 years was considered a "cruel court."

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Most Christians fail to follow most of Christ's teachings, they strive to accumulate wealth, and do not give all or most to the poor (camels and needles). They get offended and often become violent when someone insults them (turn the other cheek). They often hate foreigners, and take pride in their nation (neither israelite nor greek). They do all these things and more, and do not see them as sins that should be repented. They see no contradiction in being greedy, wrathful and prideful, as long they also observe some of Christs tenants about chastity and homosexuality, and occasionally go to Church.

    The Pagans on IQfy regularly get called out as LARPers for misinterpreting ancient religions to justify beliefs they already held and ignoring the parts of the religion that were difficult or that they personally didn't like, but most Christians do the same.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Unfortunately accurate

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The poor of Christ's spatiotemporal sphere were merely victims of circumstance, while modern poors, especially in the West, are to a large degree because of their moral failings.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Where exactly did Jesus say, "Feed the hungry, but only if they deserve it"?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Jesus didn't but Paul did. See 2 Thessalonians 3:10, "if any would not work, neither should he eat.”

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        What a cope.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The Pagans on IQfy regularly get called out as LARPers for misinterpreting ancient religions to justify beliefs they already held and ignoring the parts of the religion that were difficult or that they personally didn't like, but most Christians do the same.
      Because most of those pagans come from the same Christians, just rejecting their familiy's belief. When you meet a true follower of the old ways, and I have seen them less than I can count on one hand, you can tell

      The poor of Christ's spatiotemporal sphere were merely victims of circumstance, while modern poors, especially in the West, are to a large degree because of their moral failings.

      Bullshit. Israeli was in complete moral collapse and about to implode to the Romans, this is the context Jesus entered in and why he focused so hard on saving everyone he could

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        The leaders were guilty of the moral collapse, not the average joe.

        Now the Christian state pays for your education, subsidizes your meals, transport, and even gives you NEETbux. All that charity does create a different playing field.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Complete moral collapse
        And your source of this is what? That the Pharisees were public about their virtue? Israel wouldn’t “collapse” for another 30-100 years and even then those were due to failed armed rebellions not any societal failings.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          The fact Israeli got wiped out by the Romans and scatter to the four corners of the earth after killing Jesus and ignoring the cries of their poor
          >for another 30-100 years
          How very American of you to think that is a large amount of time

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >How very American of you to think that is a large amount of time
            It is
            >Achaemenid Empire falls 120 years after reaching its territorial peak
            >A century after Philip II brings Spain to its peak of power it will lose Portugal, its European and American hegemony, and fall entirely under Bourbon rule
            >78 Years after the death of Louis XIV his great great grandson will be executed and the French monarchy deposed
            >The Russian Empire collapsed, the USSR rose, and itself collapsed in a single lifetime
            >Someone could have been born during the first reich, and died before the collapse of the second reich
            >The Eastern Roman Empire persisted for 250 years after the Fourth Crusade
            >The Western Roman Empire persisted for 200 years after the crisis of the third century
            >Tang China would last for 150 years after the An Lushan Rebellion
            >Habsburg Austria would persist almost 300 years after its near collapse in the 30 years war

            A century is a long time when it comes to the shifting fortunes of nations and the idea that a nation’s people are doomed to decline a century before their fall is absurd when we have cases of “doomed” nations persisting for centuries and empires at their peak collapsing in a century or less

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Psalm 3:7
    Arise, Yahweh! Deliver me, my God! Strike all my enemies on the jaw; break the teeth of the wicked.

    Psalm 5:4
    For you are not a God who is pleased with wickedness; with you, evil people are not welcome.

    Psalm 26:4-6
    I do not sit with the deceitful,
    nor do I associate with hypocrites.
    I abhor the assembly of evildoers
    and refuse to sit with the wicked.
    I wash my hands in innocence,
    and go about your altar, Yahweh,

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Notice how atheists on this board are obsessed with keeping up the offensive against Christians, because if they actually had to defend their own they'd have to contend with the fact that they treat abortion and sodomy as secular sacraments.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >they'd have to contend with the fact that they treat abortion and sodomy as secular sacraments.
      LMAO wut?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's true.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >raising a question
      >going on the offensive
      >because if they actually had to defend their own they'd have to contend with the fact that they treat abortion and sodomy as secular sacraments
      Because they're rights.
      Unlike the rights that the right claim are under attack, those are under attack.
      Well, at least the latter. The former could get attacked. Maybe. I think something like that is being put off because of the fact that there was backlash for the rolling back of Roe v. Wade.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Why do so many Christians fail to follow this?
    Americans are not a good people, to be honest, though I try not to judge and hope they come around as their money fails`

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    When did Christianity decide it's okay to judge and punish people for crimes like murder, stealing, and "hate" but you can't judge them for "victimless crimes" like homosexuality and atheism? How did this become mainstream Christianity? How did Catholics go from having an official executioner (Giovanni Battista Bugatti) to this. Nothing is a sin anymore (except "racism", "divisions", "anti-ecumenism", "judging", and speaking Latin). The Bible has no distinction between victim crimes and victimless crimes btw.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Where does the Bible say "murder should be legislated by state governments because the Ten Commandments says so but adultery shouldn't be legislated because it's a victimless crime and who are we to judge. We need to respect people's freedoms and practice small government?"

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because most of the extremely online ones aren't actually Christians but some wierd form of American paganism where they ask their god for money and prizes and to justify their political ideology.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Judgement is a lot more impulsive than many other missteps; judgement can be let out within 5 seconds while things like adultery, theft, and murder take time and thought to do. Due to this the world has made it more socially acceptable as many view it as a non-issue, aka nobody thinks about it when they do it. (just like gossip) Along with this has brought less forgiveness, creating a cycle of "you did this thing I view as unforgiveable (by my own judgement) thus I am allowed to judge you," which just makes a senseless loop.

    Side note, a lot of outward jealousy comes from inward jealousy. Aka "I had to refrain from my sins and urges, why do you get to act on your urges?" Often that is subconscious and doesn't always pertain to the same sin/misstep but due to that lack of intense connection it is often not noticed, making it harder to correct without outside intervention. One who is not jealous of other's sins sees sin as deplorable and undesirable like a sickness, leaving only pure sadness and empathy for the one who deals with such sin.

    Sorry for the israelite ramble

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Side note, a lot of outward jealousy comes from inward jealousy

      Obviously the first jealousy was meant to be judgement just so you all know

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