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Who are You to Judge?

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Author: Dave Swavely


The Dangers of Judging and Legalism

The sin of judging and the error of legalism cause many of the interpersonal conflicts we experience as believers. Plaguing many of our Christian institutions, from churches to schools to families, these problems sap our spiritual strength and weaken the work of God in our midst.

This helpful book defines judging and legalism in a biblical manner, and discusses two often-overlooked biblical commands: Do not pass judgment before the time and do not exceed what is written (1 Cor. 4:5?6). Learning to identify and avoid these problems will help promote peace and joy in the body of Christ, and release believers to serve God in the freedom of His grace! All Christians have, at one time or another, borne the brunt of inappropriate judging and the burden of legalism, and will welcome this book.

About the author:

Pastor Dave Swavely (M. Div.) is a graduate of The Master’s Seminary in Los Angeles, CA. During the 90s he served for seven years as an assistant to Dr. John MacArthur and a pastoral staff member at Grace Community Church, also in Los Angeles. In 1999 he joined the Presbyterian Church in America and planted a church in the Wine Country of Northern California, which served the communities of Napa and Sonoma. In 2005 he returned to the Philadelphia area, where he grew up, to be closer to family and to plant a new PCA church in Malvern.

Dave has nearly twenty years of extensive experience in biblical counseling. He co-authored the books Life in the Father’s House: A Member’s Guide to the Local Church (with Wayne Mack) and From Embers to a Flame: How God Can Revitalize Your Church (with Harry Reeder), and is the sole author of Decisions, Decisions: How (and How Not) to Make Them and Who Are You to Judge? The Dangers of Judging and Legalism. He is also the author of a futuristic novel, Silhouette. He has been married to his wife Jill since 1990, and has seven children.

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