i've been looking into the prohibition of judgement. i looked at Jesus' words and He does not qualify the prohibition. It is universal. it applies to me judging you. People who judge others will be judged. Of course, my judging you is much less harsh than my judging myself. that's intentional. i figure i'll need some slack someday. and if i'm harder on myself than God is, His judgement, the only one that matters, won't hurt so much. <crossed fingers>

i make a distinction between a person making judgements and a person being judgemental. which means, i sometimes keep my counsel to myself.

i was surprised to learn that Jesus NEVER judges people. No, you aren't off the hook. There are Three persons of the Trinity. God the Son leaves that job to God the Father:

John 12:47 "As for the person who hears my words but does not keep them, I do not judge him. For I did not come to judge the world, but to save it. [48] There is a judge for the one who rejects me and does not accept my words; that very word which I spoke will condemn him at the last day."

An odd notion i've been nursing is that Jesus is the personal embodiment of the law: Both the physical law and moral law. Here's a radical side thought: E = mc2 is a description of some part of Jesus. This notion of Jesus embodying the law is a lot of fun until you start thinking about Mosaic law. you know, eating pork, using textiles with wool and linen fibers.

How can the Law change if Jesus embodies the Law? Jesus cannot change, it's part of God's job description.

Moreover, i don't think that natural law is immutable, either. i think that when God rebuilds the world, Entropy will be left out. In fact, i'm convinced Entropy wasn't in the original design specs of creation.

Of course, if natural law and moral law are just PROJECTIONS of a higher dimensional reality (Christ) onto a lower-dimensional created reality... Then those aspects of law are mutable, as the eye-point is changed.