All religious beliefs and secular customs or beliefs quote from the Bible to make judgement, even the atheists do so. People quote from the Bible to criticise Bible believers, in comparison to their religious doctrine, customs and traditions, judiciary processes and procedures and constitutional amendment. What is disturbing is the wrong interpretation of the Bible by some people.
It is up hauling or disturbing to hear some world leaders, religious leaders, and other individuals quoting from the Bible with their twisted or ignorant interpretation in support of deviant behaviour. A common example of this quote they make is ‘’THAT SHALL NOT JUDGE’’. If that’s so then the judiciary institutions including the traditional courts and the likes in every part of the world must be dissolved, and make freedom of all things, whether good or bad. Because judiciary makes judgement to send people to prison, and sometimes pronounce death judgement on people to be killed, yet the Bible says - that shall not judge
When the Bible says ‘’THAT SHALL NOT JUDGE’’ Matthew 7:1 Judge not, that ye be not judged. Below are the meanings:
1. A person needs to access himself or herself with the Biblical teachings before judging others. Matthew 7:2
2. It is not referring to criticising wrong doing with the Bible to help solve the problem.
3. Do not judge in your own philosophical understanding of the world or about life.
4. Judge situations or social problems to find possible standard solutions to problems.
5. Recognise that the person in a social or situational problem needs help, and you must help him or her to come out of the problem.
6. Do not judge the eternity of the person, but use the Bible to caution the person.
7. Love your neighbour as yourself and see your fellow in a particular problem as yourself and help out.
8. Do not judge outside the Biblical context.
9. You have to be spiritually descending before making judgement.
10. Recognise that God will judge everyone according to his or her deeds one day.
11. Judge righteously - Proverbs 31:9 Open thy mouth, judge righteously, and plead the cause of the poor and needy.
Laws are made to make sure there is peace and order in the society. They are used to help people out of deviant or immoral situation. For example, when someone is sent into prison for wrongful act, it does not mean the person should be maltreated or mishandled but to be counselled and so that he or she would recognised what brought him or her to prison was deviant or immoral and should desist from it. We criticise to help people out of problems but not to put them into doom. So it is wrong for others to quote a biblical principle that they do not understand to defend what is Biblically wrong. Once upon a time every human being was innocent of his or her existence until the man (man and woman) got to know good and bad. Every person is potential to do wrong and also repent of wrong doing, so judgement is used to bring up a person to the realisation of standard of living but not deviant.
All laws including moral law, cultural law, religious law, natural law, traditional law and the likes are subjected to the Bible; the ones that are not found in the Bible are manufactured or man-made laws.
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