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Cases and Directions Against Censoriousness and Unwarrantable Judging
     

Cases and Directions Against Censoriousness and Unwarrantable Judging

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by Richard Baxter
 
Am I not bound to judge truly of every one as he is?
Answer. I. There are many that you are not bound to meddle with, and to pass any judgment at all upon. 2. There are many whose faults are secret, and their virtues open and of such you cannot judge as they are, because, you have no proof or evidence to enable you: you cannot see that which is latent in the heart

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Am I not bound to judge truly of every one as he is?
Answer. I. There are many that you are not bound to meddle with, and to pass any judgment at all upon. 2. There are many whose faults are secret, and their virtues open and of such you cannot judge as they are, because, you have no proof or evidence to enable you: you cannot see that which is latent in the heart, or done in darkness. 3. You neither ought on pretence of charity, nor can believe an evident known untruth of any man.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011896477
Publisher:
Baxter Books
Publication date:
11/17/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
19 KB

Meet the Author

Richard Baxter (12 November 1615 – 8 December 1691) was an English Puritan church leader, poet, hymn-writer, theologian, and controversialist.

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