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Passing Judgment

There's a huge difference between making a judgment and passing judgment.

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Douglas Bozung

February 01, 2013  11:27am

Excellent!

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James Kirby

January 22, 2013  10:40am

This is an excellent analysis of the subjection of judging one another, i.e., when it is right and wrong to judge someone, and how we must judge someone when appropriate.

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