Who Am I to Judge? Responding to Relativism with Logic and Love

Do you hesitate to voice your opinion in conversations with friends  and family,  for fear of being  thought judgmental? Afraid you’ll turn off the very people with whom you’re hoping to share God’s love and wisdom? Edward Sri‘s  Who Am I to Judge?  is the answer to your quandary.  Sri’s chapters, solidly grounded in moral law,  contain the keys to winsome, effective conversational parlance with all.  And if you’ve ever stammered a feeble reply to the rebuttal, “But Jesus said, ‘Judge not, lest ye be judged,'”  Sri’s book will explain what Christ’s counsel truly means.


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