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“Consider country singer Carrie Underwood, who came out in support of same-sex ‘marriage’ last year. In explanation of her position, she told the British press, ‘It’s not up to me to judge anybody.’
What? You just did, Carrie. Your endorsement of same-sex ‘marriage’ constitutes a positive moral judgment on the social invention and its supporters, while insinuating a negative moral judgment about its critics.
But, like most nice people, Carrie Underwood is oblivious to her own incoherence in this matter. If she really deems it improper for her to judge the wrongness of actions, it is equally improper for her to judge their rightness. And if she does make a judgment one way or the other on an action, then, whichever way she goes (and whether she realizes it or not), she is making a de facto judgment on the opposing view.”
“…the world will gradually change its negative view of Christians as judgmental, hypocritical, too political, anti-homosexual, etc.”
[ Really ? Someone send me an email when it does.]
Who Are You To Impose Your Morality on Others?
How Tolerant Should A Christian Be? Are Christians Judgmental?
Should Christians Judge?
Is Legislating Morality Biblical?
Helping Someone Escape Sin Is Not Judgmental
“Watch as we’re all about to get a lesson in not judging a book by its cover.”
Remember the story we posted yesterday about this guy ? We asked who would have predicted that.
Well, who would have predicted this ?
“Everything about Donni Brickyard’s appearance screams ‘thug.’“
[That’s the third ASND post in a row, now, with one of these “book by its cover” stories.]
On Judging Others: Is There a Right Way?