Then there is also the judgment that was made by God about other faiths. If God said that they were all corrupt and that their professors were all corrupt, how can we have charitable feelings about them as is suggested by the hymn and elsewhere by the apostles?


At 10:11 PM 08/16/2003 -0700, you wrote:

you are refering to  verse 2, "Who am I to judge another when I walk
imperfectly?", yes?

1. Elder Dallin H. Oaks gave a talk on judging, I wish I could provide an
exact reference for his address. He stated we are all called upon all the
time to make judgements.

2. the scriptures do not prohibit judgement, only unrighteous judgement.

3. Bishops and other church leaders, in my understanding, do not act as
judges for themselves, but for the church.

Bob Taylor

>As I was listening to this popular hymn I found myself wondering if it
>contradicts judgment which must automatically be made by bishops, stake
>Presidents and the like. What are your takes on this sort of thing?
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