Saturday, January 26, 2013


Stereotypes are real. They come from a certain percentage of a group of like people acting a certain way, therefore, giving name to the stereotype that affects everyone in that group of people whether they act the stereotypical way or not.

Christians are stereotyped as being judgmental. I find this tremendously unsettling.

God is the one and only judge. He created you and He can take you from this Earth in the blink of an eye. You are HUMAN. Humans think they are entitled to many things, we are NOT entitled to judge anyone, point blank period. I expect you to vow to think before you judge. Think about how Jesus walked this Earth and helped the helpless, cured the cureless, loved the unloved, had compassion and love for all, no matter what their circumstances or the choices they made, He loved them." Jesus is Love. As Christians we are called to be like Jesus. Therefore, and this is important, if we are going to be stereotyped as anything, let it be "Christians are loving".

             "Let he who is without sin, cast the first stone" John 8:7


  1. I think the problem is, PEOPLE are judgmental. And sometimes (not always, but sometimes), there are Christians who use their religion as an excuse to be judgmental. It's not because they're Christians, but because they are people - people looking for something to elevate them above others and excuse their judgmental nature. It doesn't always paint Christians in the best light in the eyes of non-Christians, but the truth is - it has nothing to do with Christians, and everything to do people.


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