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Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2003
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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We think it is better to tolerate error than to look ugly defending the truth
We live in a world that tolerates everything except for judgment. What we don't realize is that right judgment is the key to right living. Who Are You To Judge? is Erwin Lutzer's word to a culture that doesn't like to be told how to live and to a church called to purity.
After explaining the difference between judging and being judgmental, Lutzer guides Christians in discerning various critical issues, including miracles, matters of doctrine, and godly engagement with entertainment.
With a passion for biblical truth and intolerance for lies, Lutzer is compelling and gut-honest yet also self-controlled. Who Are You to Judge? not only calls us to embrace the truth, but to live according to it, and to be a church that speaks the truth in love to a world so desperately in need of both.
MichaelaMIAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Wonderful tool for dicernmentOctober 22, 2010MichaelaMIAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5It is incredible how much Biblicalworldview is in this book.
If you are ernestly seeking the Lord and are not afraid to find him I highly recommend this book.
Regine Mackenzie5 Stars Out Of 5August 2, 2010Regine MackenzieFabulous book. Very thought-provoking, although I do not necessarily agree with his view on miracles. Other than that, I thoroughly enjoyed it and wish everybody read this book before saying "Judge not, lest you be judged!"What I particularly enjoy is that he treads carefully, i.e., not judgmentally, but totally biblically.
Michael Knuth4 Stars Out Of 5October 1, 2007Michael KnuthVery revealing; sometimes unsettling with conviction. A powerful mirror that makes one take a close, hard look at his or her Christian soul.
Philip S, Roeda4 Stars Out Of 5February 17, 2004Philip S, RoedaDiscernment is the ability to recognize the truth and distinguish it from error. This work is a call for discernment. One learns the truth from the word of God. To discern, one makes a "judgment" what is consistent with the bible and what is "error'. In John MacArthur's endorsement of this book, he states that there is a crying need in today's church for discernment. Each individual person in the body of Christ needs to study God's word, learn the truth, examine oneself for rebellion against God, and learn how to react properly to false teaching and ungodly living in this world. Lutzer argues misguided tolerance plagues the Christian church today. That there is a disconnect between people who accept the authority of scripture and how they live their daily lives. Knowing the truth and living the Truth is paramount to the body of Christ. Lutzer uses Jesus' prayer for His disciples, recorded in John chapter 17, to illustrate his point. In the prayer Jesus prays for those who are His. He describes the disciples has holding the truth, being in the world, but not of the world. This is one definition what a Christian is. This is prayer for protection from sin not hardship. That His followers would persevere through physical and mental hardship (temptation that comes from living in a sinful world).