"The Sermon on the Mount: Criticism and the Golden Rule" - Episode 9

It is easy to cast blame. Economies are in turmoil. Wars are being waged. Human nature is to look to the leaders and criticize them. Jesus tells us to "judge not, lest we be judged." Does this mean that we shouldn't criticize those around us? What type of judgement is Jesus referring to? Alongside this text, Jesus also shares a fascinating analogy, telling us not to give what is holy to dogs or throw pearls to swine. We wouldn't think of doing that. So what did Jesus actually mean when he said it? Join host Oleg Kostyuk and guests as they tackle another part of the sermon that preacher, John Stott, once called "The best-known part of the teaching of Jesus." Yet too often the real meaning behind His words eludes us.