Category Archives: Judgment and Discernment

The Plight of Being Unteachable or The Plight of Knowing Everything

It is sad to observe someone who has at least one half of his life remaining who feels he has no more to learn.  Occasionally we will be confronted with this problem — an individual who does not demonstrate the … Continue reading

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How to Discern, Test and Judge Rightly

In running a web site with over 900+ articles, thousands of hits per month from all over the world, and hundreds of e-mails per week, I have come to realize, with time, that there is a terrible problem in Christendom … Continue reading

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The Case for Doctrinal Discernment

For most Christians today, the challenge of learning how to discern orthodox from heretical doctrine has apparently not been faced. Either they treat doctrine as minimally important and so regard charges of “heresy” as rude and unloving, or they treat … Continue reading

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Is it Right to Judge?

This question is one that puzzles many sincere Christians. A careful and open-minded study of the Bible makes is clear that concerning certain vital matters, it is not only right but a positive duty to judge. Many do not know … Continue reading

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