Matthew 7:1, Luke 6:41, John 8:7, Romans 2:1 and Romans 14 all teach against us judging one another. Yet there are
other passages that seem to indicate some types of judgement is sanctioned. Among those are 1st Corinthians 5, 1st
Corinthians 6, and 1st Corinthians 14:29. Some measure of judgement is applied to discerning false prophets in
Was it judging when John the Baptist told Herod he wasn't allowed to have his brother's wife?
Was it judging when Paul rebuked Peter in Galatians 2:11?
How are we to fulfill our obligation in Galatians 6:1 to restore one that is overtaken in a fault without first making the
determination (or judgement) that the brother has indeed been overtaken in a fault?
How was Timothy supposed to fulfill his obligation in 1st Timothy 5:20 without first making a judgement that one had
Write a 1,500 word response to all the above. How are these questions reconciled with scripture?