I'm going to nitpick a little here. First off, like my disagreement with Dol-Fan, you and me are being a bit pedantic in how fine we slice an opinion. I admit I was being specifically pointed in my argument with you in that I think it has some rhetorical failings but that is beyond this thread. One point I do want to stay with however is the issue of "judgement". The word for judgement in the Bible is a technical word in both Hebrew and Greek. What Jews and Christians are forbidden to do by scripture is to announce their opinion that someone, by their actions/inactions, is condemned. That we understand to be God's right alone! HOWEVER and it is a big HOWEVER we are called to "bear one another's burdens". That may entail telling someone that their actions may be harming themselves and/or others. That is a fine line and the person being told may not see the distinction. Where people of faith often fail and sometimes fail spectacularly, is that in making that observation we are mandated to assist the other person in the correction and "walk with them". Again at the risk of bringing abortion too far into this discussion, if you believe abortion is infanticide and should be banned but then do not do everything in your power to absolutely minimize the conditions which often lead to abortion AND do not fully support the best possible conditions for "unwanted" children you are then not following scriptural mandate you see yourself as promoting.