Don’t judge or you too will be judged.
Every young person needs a mentor, and I probably would have had several if I hadn’t run them all off by hiding behind Matthew 7:1 and refusing to listen to their kind life-suggestions. I caught on eventually.
I’m pretty sure Matthew 7:1 doesn’t mean that any critical thought or judgment call is Jesus-illegal. I’ll talk about why, and what it might mean instead.
Here’s the link to that Turkish film with the perfectly acted shooting scene.
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