"Christians are not to pass judgments, only state the truths," one person commented.
"Christ taught us to LOVE EVERYONE. Judgments are for our father in heaven, not us," said another.
And ironically, someone even stated, "You obviously are not a Christian because Jesus told us not to judge."
In some ways, these statements reflect the ethic of our culture. Judging is wrong — except when it's not. (Apparently, it's wrong to judge someone's sexual behavior, for example, but perfectly legitimate to judge someone for wearing fur or emitting too much carbon.) Yet, we judge all the time. (How could anyone hire a babysitter without judging?)