WHO Am I To JUDGE?
When we think about others, some of us would be the first to admit that we do judge people by what we see, or by what we think. As a matter of fact, it is to our very own worldview that becomes the scales for others. In Who Am I To Judge? The question makes us place ourselves in the rightful position, so we will know the proper procedure of making judgment and the proper stance we much take as Christians. It also shows how often we are faced with the opportunity to pass judgment on others, but warns us how the act of passing judgment can become controversial. Brought to our attention is the fact that our judgment of others is often accompanied by the moral compass which defines in our own lives, whether something it is right or wrong.
The theme throughout the book is to cause the readers to consider the best course of action to take whereas it concerns judgment. The intended desire is for those who are placed in the position to judge, to purposely assess whether they are judging based upon their opinions, or instead upon the Word of God and whether or not judging is done the Word’s way.