Barney, you asked this question about Lot, after you had been pointing your finger at others, bellowing your judgement about how judgemental everyone else is.<quoted text>
"It was so bad that God decided that there wasn't one single person worth saving."
Nope, you are wrong.
Abraham then inquired of God for mercy at lower numbers (first 45, then 40, then 30, then 20, and finally at 10), with the LORD agreeing each time.[Gen 18:22-33] Two of the angels proceeded to Sodom and were met by Abraham's nephew Lot, who convinced the angels to lodge with him, and they ate with Lot.
Would you care to discuss what Lot and his two daughters did after he was spared?
(Does everyone else here see the irony in Barney' s self-proclaimed right to point out all those he deems judgemental, and all the while refusing to see how judgemental he is being? Only in in the mind and world of Barney can this be justified!!)
I, in turn, chose to accept your challenge and discuss the vile act between Lot and his daughters after he was spared, by asking you if you were judging the actions of Lot, and reminding you that in the New Testament, God calls Lot a righteous man whose righteous soul was vexed by all the wrong doing going on around him.
Instead of answering, you divert attention back to your paranoid obsession with changing names and locations...proclaiming your intelligence, and bragging about your clever investigating skills that no one is impressed by!
You are proof positive that those always calling others out on judgemental hypocrisy, are indeed the biggest judgemental hypocrites around!
Your non-stop, ridiculous accusations inevitably lead right back to describing no one but yourself.
It is time for you to realize this because we've all known it for a long time.