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Making Judgments Without Being Judgmental

Paperback|Sep 2006
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We have all felt at times that someone was unfairly judging us. Occasionally, we wonder if we have unfairly judged others. Perhaps we've even been accused of doing just that. We know the Bible speaks about making judgments, but what...


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We have all felt at times that someone was unfairly judging us. Occasionally, we wonder if we have unfairly judged others. Perhaps we've even been accused of doing just that. We know the Bible speaks about making judgments, but what does it mean and how does it apply? Counselor and teacher Terry Cooper helps us distinguish between a faithful discernment of right and wrong, truth and falsehood while avoiding being judgmental. He also helps us better deal with others who are judgmental toward us and with our own self-condemnation.

A wise and practical guide for sorting through the issues and for dealing well with others in situations where conviction and compassion matter

Table of Contents

1. I'm Judgmental, You're Judgmental
2. Making Judgments Without Being Judgmental
3. Insecure Arrogance vs. Confident Humility
4. Responding with Judgments vs. Reacting with Judgmentalism
5. Guilty Judgments vs. Shameful Judgmentalism
6. Authoritative Judgments vs. Authoritarian Judgmentalism
7. "Grace-Full" Living with a Clear Mind and a Generous Heart

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How do we tell the difference between discerning right from wrong and being judgmental? Terry Cooper helps us know how. Also in this self-help book, he helps us better deal with others who are judgmental towards us, and with our own self-condemnation.
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Terry Cooper

Terry D. Cooper (Ed.D, human development counseling, Vanderbilt University; Ph.D., theology and psychotherapy, St. Louis University) is professor of psychology at St. Louis Community College-Meramec and adjunct professor of religious studies at Webster University. He is the author of Sin, Pride & Self-Acceptance and Making Judgments Without Being Judgmental.

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