Article  Theology

JD Greear on “What it means not to judge”

What does the Bible mean when it says “Judge not, that you be not judged”? And how does this fit with how the church should respond to the LGBTQ community? Can the love of Christ transcend humanity's sexuality and get to the heart? J.D. Greear breaks down all these points and explains how the church ought to respond.

Greear is the pastor at The Summit Church of Raleigh-Durham, N.C.

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