Some passages of Scripture say, "Judge," while others say, "Don't judge." Most Christians aren't sure that they should judge anything, while others feel responsible to raise a moral standard but don't know how much authority they have. Derek Prince cuts through the apparent conflict to explain who is authorized to judge, when judgment is called for, what we are authorized to judge, where the limits are, and why our attitude matters. In a world that turns its back on God while crying, "Don't judge me," Derek Prince weighs in with a scriptural affidavit for sound judgment.
Internationally recognized as a Bible scholar and spiritual patriarch, Derek Prince (1915-2003) was educated as a scholar of classical languages at Eton College and Cambridge University in England, and later at Hebrew University in Israel. While serving with the British army in World War II, he began to study the Bible as a philosophical work and, as a result, experienced a life-changing encounter with Jesus Christ. Derek Prince taught and ministered on six continents for more than sixty years, imparting God's revealed truth, praying for the sick and afflicted, and sharing his prophetic insights into world events in the light of Scripture. He wrote over fifty books, which have been translated in over sixty languages and distributed worldwide. He pioneered teaching on such groundbreaking themes as generational curses, the biblical significance of Israel, and demonology. Derek Prince Ministries, with its international headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina, carries on the good work that God began in and through him by distributing his teachings and by training missionaries, church leaders, and congregations through its worldwide network of offices.