It's very common for people to judge a person by external appearance, because it's easy and direct, and it's instinctive we should not judge a person just. Today, in my class we were discussing about if we should or shouldn't judge people by how they look for example, one of my schoolmates said, a hobo in the streets has to be lazy and not willing to work" she made a point but really, why should we assume it's because they're lazy, what if that person had no choice because of certain problems. This has become a land of judgment where we constantly judge by every person's attributes and qualities we shouldn't chastise our fellow workers in regards to where. Many people conclude that making judgments on anyone (especially coming from christians) is wrong because the bible says judge not (matthew 7:1) we live in a world that increasingly strives to (supposedly) promote the idea of tolerance, but actually becomes intolerant of christian absolutes. And the bible's command that we not judge others does not mean there should be no mechanism for dealing with sin the bible has a whole book entitled judges the judges in the old testament were raised up by god himself (judges 2:18.
When we look at these factors and judge a person solely on them we can affect future generations these prejudices can be passed on to our children with many harmful effects children often adapt the beliefs of those around them. From birth to adulthood, we have unconscious and conscience influences that always make us judge others based on how they look we judge a person by how they dress, how they speak, the neighborhood they live in, their wealth, etc. I'm not referring to just the elitist assholes who lord obscure knowledge over us like an approaching thunderstorm made of anus i'm talking about average, everyday people who judge a person entirely on meaningless things like.
Don't judge someone by their cover it's just not right people shouldn't be judged by what they look like or what they have done the person may seem rough and hard on the outside, but they. It is pretty usual for people to talk that we should not be judgemental but that is totally what jesus was doing he was always judging people, telling sinners they are on their way to hell and alike - this is right and &hellip. We cannot identify with a person's belief system, values, or behavior that person somehow threatens how we perceive ourselves i believe we judge for the first reason because our minds want to simplify the processing of information by putting environmental clues into categories. A person doing subjectively bad things, might be surrounded by people with a shared moral value, that sees those objectively bad things as good - if we judge that person by the standards of their society or environment, they would appear as good people.
Since god will impartially judge each person according to his deeds, we must persevere in doing good the text follows a chiastic structure (adapted from douglas moo, the epistle to the romans [eerdmans], p 135). Ebaur was wondering about why i set up one of the decision points in this chart the way i did, and asked yesterday god doesn't pass muster against human moral standards i don't understand why we should be required to only judge god's actions by the standards god puts forwar. The fact that he called people idiots based on the way they speak is a type of prejudice and intolerance this society does not need any more prejudice considering we have our hands full already. We often judge people without realizing it there are people who realize it and love it i have a friend who says that she enjoys judging other people. Why do we judge people we don't want to judge people close to us, but when they keep on doing the same annoying thing day after day after day,.
On the basis of limited information, should we judge a person by their friends on the one hand, it seems that we shouldn't just because a person is friends with terrorists, or racists, or whatever, it doesn't provide strong evidence that the person themselves is a terrorist or racist. But many social scientists and others who study the science of stereotyping say there are reasons we quickly size people up based on how they look while society is too quick to judge people. I certainly agree with the above statement never judge a book by its cover the word book also refers to person external appearances can trick us.
We acknowledge that people judge based on appearance and clothing choice, so we use that element of our culture to our advantage (sometimes) when people want to stand out from the norm, they wear crazy clothing when they want to show how wealthy they are, they go for the most expensive and in clothing they can get. Stereotypes and judging people whenever we see or meet someone for the first time, we immediately judge them there are different things we notice about them that give us an impression and this helps us to make a decision about what kind of person they are. Who are we to judge how others act, look, dress or who they hang out with to make fun of a peer is immature and shows people around you that you are close-minded all in all, i hope that more people this year start out with open minds and reduce the amount they talk about, make fun of, and judge others. We often judge people without realizing it there are people who realize it and love it my friend says that she enjoys judging other people because it helps her boost her self-esteem and feel better about herself.