oh geez, here we go again.
No, actually, Domilyne will not get in a lot of trouble for slander. It’s very hard to bring and prove a slander case and this here alone won’t be enough to do the job.
Second, yes, of course you know who BEG is. Everyone knows who BEG is, she’s not been shy about her identity like some of the rest of us.
And third, there you go, using that out of context again. Actually, wait, you’ve included the context. Once again, it’s about not judging in areas where you yourself have a problem. It’s about not being the pot that calls the kettle black, it attacks the “do as I say, not as I do” attitude. In other words, if you’re a druggie, you can’t point at the other guy who’s also a druggie, because you have the same problem. I am so tired of people whining and crying out “don’t judge me!” and then trying to back it up with these verses. If you want to get technical, in the Bible, Christians are called up on to (lovingly) point out the sins of their “brothers” and “sisters.”
Furthermore, no one is actually judging here. What does “to judge” mean? Answer: “to pass legal judgment on; pass sentence on (a person): The court judged him guilty.” No one here is in a position of passing judgement on anyone. So get off your high horse and move along. This discussion about Justine would have long ago died out had she and, apparently, her friends, not kept coming back to constantly chime in.