The Judge Is Guilty

Romans 2:1-4 Paul moves on from addressing the general condition of man in his sin to the specific situation of the moralist who claims to be morally superior to others. What is a diatribe, and how does Paul use that here? Is Paul addressing only Jews here, or moralists more generally? How do we know that the moralist is doing the very things he judges in others? What does the bible really teach about our judging others? What does the moralist think about himself and God's judgment? How do we regard lightly the riches of God's kindness? What is God's tolerance of our sin intended to do? (58 min)