No because it is human intelligence that understands what "judgement" is as an abstract concept or idea. To judge is simply an action of thought and not the essence of intelligence. Intelligence does not equate to judgement for if it did - would we not call it judgement instead? This of course is simply my opinion.
It may be, at least in different forms with each level, until we reach the highest level of this intelligence. When we have reached the top then we will be too intelligent to judge.
by paarsurrey 6 years ago
The troubles in life increase human intelligence to adopt measures to eradicate the troubles and also provide us a chance to know the ONE- the Most-Intelligent and seek His help to overcome the troubles.
by Gareth Pritchard 5 years ago
Are human beings intelligent?If you consider human beings to be intelligent then please try to quantify your opinion with some from of explanation.OrIf you consider human beings to not be intelligent then please try to quantify your opinion with some from of explanation.
by Nique 2 years ago
What makes some people think that they have the right to judge another person?Could they have a "god" complex?
by Matthew Dawson 8 years ago
If a sin is a sin and not one is greater than the next why is it so many believers and non believers convict and judge each other?Is it truly because we as Christians fear that the one we are judging may see our sin and lust of the world? What is your thoughts on this subject
by backporchstories 5 years ago
Morally, we understand that judging others is a sin, but is it still a sin when we judge silently?We have been taught that when we let judgment of others roll off our tongue, we have committed a great sin. However, we all have opinions! Some, we keep in our heads and to ourselves. ...
by IAmForbidden 45 hours ago
Which is more important: Being beautiful or being smart?Are you more attracted to a smart person or to a beautiful one?
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