Tags » Judging Others

If Not for You--gentle romance

If Not for You 

by Debbie Macomber

If Not for You is part of the New Beginnings series by Debbie Macomber. These are books related more by theme than by characters, although there is some overlap of characters. 311 more words

Book Review

A Love That Pursues

“My brothers and sisters, if one of you should wander from the truth and someone should bring that person back, remember this: Whoever turns a sinner from the error of their way will save them from death and cover over a multitude of sins.” James 5:19-20 NIV… 217 more words


In the Scales of a Just God

In the writing of The Mixing of the Seed I learned a great deal about myself, particularly the tendency I have to judge others when I spot the mistakes they have made. 2,605 more words


Judgment at First Sight

We have all been guilty of it:  judging others at first sight.  As we walk down the street or through the grocery store, we start creating labels for those we come in contact with.  1,093 more words


I Judge Individuals, I Do Not Blame Them

I judge individual humans all of the time, and I am not merciful. I judge most of them stupid, insane, inferior, brainwashed, cowards, liars to Self, liars to others, Self-haters, Self-murderers, guilty of every form of genocide, unworthy of existence, etc… 617 more words


Jury Duty and the Question "Isn't Christianity all about Forgiveness and Redemption"

(First published November, 2015)
“Isn’t Christianity all about forgiveness and redemption?” was the question I was asked, as I sat as a potential juror in a courtroom in the Hennepin County’s Government Center. 727 more words

Faith & Politics

Why Do We Act the Way We Do?: Taking Circumstances into Consideration

I have a 10-year-old brother. He’s a perfect definition of a handful; he’s high energy, low attention, not especially well-coordinated, but a lover of dangerous adventure, testing authority, and always squirming. 532 more words

Fundamental Attribution Theory