October 03, 2006

"To judge or not to judge?"


THIS WEEK'S SHOW
Wednesday, October 4, 2006, 6 to 7 pm
Hosted by Eddie DOG (Disciple of God)

As we go about our daily lives, we encounter many kinds of people and the things they do that we really don't happen to agree with. They could be our friends, they could be people we see on TV or they could be people our friends told us about. Many times we find ourselves making a quick judgement regarding these people. But should we?

Thinks about situiations that have happened in your lives when you encountered actions that you really thought was not cool.

The question is this: "When is it OK to judge people and when is it not OK?"

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8 comments:

  1. Laurie A. - Santee, CA8:50 AM

    I know we're not supposed to be judgemental but sometimes some people we know just drive us nuts, everything they do is wrong in our eyes. Like this girl I know... grrrrrr...

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  2. M. Trion from Boston5:27 PM

    How hard it is to not judge the 9-11 terrorists and all Islamic extremists. I feel we all judge Muslims in general as bad people. But we really should not. Just my 2 cents.

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  3. Cristina from Long Beach, CA5:30 PM

    It is not our place to judge people. That is God's business.

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  4. Tony Mendall5:32 PM

    Can someone explain the death penalty? We judge people and send them to death. But the Church tells us it's not the way Jesus teaches us.

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  5. mother of teen in Rialto, CA6:24 PM

    As a parent, I always try to keep an eye on the friends my teen son hangs out with. I try not to judge. Everyone to me comes with a full slate. But I'm always on the lookout. specially when my children as involved.

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  6. Alberto in Pico Rivera, CA6:27 PM

    This senator who was caught in a gay affair is now being judged by everyone. But we don't know the entire story. Let us not judge him.

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  7. Sonia, Temecula, CA6:33 PM

    Only God can judge. But we're human and we make mistakes and we judge people too quickly. We need to ask forgiveness whenever we think bad of other people.

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  8. William, Santa Ana, CA6:44 PM

    My dad caught me smking when I was 15. I was just trying it out. I'm now 18 and he is always hovering over me as if I will be doing something really bad. He is pre-judging me even if I haven't done anything bad. I was sorry about what I did. I guess it was my fault and I need to win his confidence back.

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