“Judge not, lest you be judged.” Matthew 7:1
In regard to our presidential election campaigns, I would like to make a few comments. I am a retired physician/surgeon and an evangelical Christian.
If you are a heterosexual, when it comes to sexual arousal, you are physiologically and psychologically wired to be stimulated by visual clues. This is especially true among younger men; consider TV advertisements.
The only difference between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is that my past/present sin is covered and forgiven through the blood Jesus Christ shed at Calvary’s Cross. However, I still must bear the consequences to them.
In the furor over exposes of Donald Trump’s exploits, I would like to point out a study of active church-attending men. In the group, four out of 10 men are in an active sexual sin. This may vary from church to church as averages do vary. I would assume this rate of various sexual sin is the same among non-believers. In America today, much of this is considered normal.
My point is that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton must acknowledge and live through their own sin, and we by ours. Many of us are guilty as they are in consideration of our own life history.
Who are we to judge? Who among the pundits are qualified to judge? Let he who has not sinned throw the first stone! The past is the past. Who has the best qualification to best lead our country today?
Richard F. Judkins, MD