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Christian Passes Judgment On Other Christians For Being Too Judgmental

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CORPUS CHRISTI, TX—In an Instagram story posted earlier this week, local believer James Willerson ripped into his fellow Christians for being "way too judgemental," pronouncing a harsh judgement upon them for how often they judge other Christians.

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