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Slow to Judge

Slow to Judge Sometimes It's OK to Listen

By David B. Capes
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.54 Stars

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On 1/31 Heather Fineisen wrote: Edit Review Delete Review This review is from: Slow to Judge: Sometimes It?s OK to Listen (Refraction) (Paperback) The Author writes this book because a survey shows that Christians are views ad hypocritical, judgemental and anti-homosexual. I'm never really sure what he's trying to prove: yes they are, ... Slow to Judge

Heather's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/7 Lori Krausen wrote: **Disclosure: I was given this book by BookLook Bloggers in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.** How many times have you jumped to conclusions about something or someone? You really didn’t even take the time to listen and learn about a situation and what was going ... Slow to Judge #review

Lori's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/27 jemEDM wrote: David Capes has written a book that will absolutely hurt you to read.  Slow to Judge:  Sometimes its Okay to Listen starts with a focus on a phrase that Solomon used in requesting wisdom from God -- he wanted a "listening heart."  That phrase serves as the foundation for the rest of his ... Slow to Judge...a fast-paced and convicting read

jemEDM's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/26 Henk-Jan van der Klis wrote: he church today has more than an image problem; it has an attitude problem. The attitude turns judgmental too often and too quickly. Sure, truth must be spoken. God invites us to judge and to help correct wrongs from a place of understanding. In Slow to Judge : Sometimes It's OK to Listen, scholar David ... Listen very carefully

Henk-Jan van der Klis' Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/16 Melissa McMurchy wrote: I have heard many great things about these books and wanted to get in on the reading of them. I adored this book. I think if you have lived in and through your teenage years this book is for you. There were so many perfect points throughout this book that caught my attention and I found myself saying ... Slow to Judge Review

Melissa's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/11 Jenny wrote: Slow to Judge: Sometimes It's OK to Listen by David B. Capes is one of those books that just needed to be written. The main theme of the book is that we as Christians don't need to openly debate everyone we disagree with. Instead, if we spent more time making the other person feel as though they are ... Slow to Judge by David B. Capes

Jenny's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/11 Michael Deutsch wrote: We live in a society that is so quick to condemn and judge others.  In his new book, Slow to Judge: Sometimes It’s OK to Listen, David Capes seeks to remind us to be slow to judge.  He wants us to hold firm to what we believe, yet at the same time have that difficult balancing act so we don’t ... Very Insightful!

Michael 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/31 MaryAnne Johnson-Keough wrote: I chose this particular book to review because one, it's a Christian book and two, I know for a fact, I can be a hard listener.When I was younger, I used to LOVE a good debate - both sides hear only their own stories and there's nothing more than flustered feathers in the end. Well, another thing about ... Book Review: Slow To Judge by David B Capes

MaryAnne's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/31 Paula Greene wrote: The Christian tendency to rush to judgement to soon or too often stifles dialog.  In David Cape’s book Slow to Judge, he shows that if we listen, we may be given a chance to speak.  However, if you are listening in order to fulfill your agenda of hoping to speak and be heard, you miss ... Slow to Judge - Book Review

Paula Greene's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/2 incitefaith wrote: This was probably one of the most important books I’ve read this year. Capes brings up the topic of being quick to judge others without first listening and I believe this is a very timely reminder in this season of life. Having been on both ends of judgement, I identified a lot with what was discussed ... Slow to Judge: Sometimes It’s OK to Listen by David B. Capes [ Book Review]

incitefaith's Rating:

4 Stars