Amen! Great post!<quoted text>
Lets examine a couple of your points. Take Jesus command not to judge in Matthew 7:1 and Luke 6:37. The judgment that Jesus is referring is not a prohibition against all types of judging. Further on in verse 15-20 we are to judge to fulfill this command. See also John 7:24. The kind of judging we are not to do is a hypercritical, self-righteous and unfair judging. Atheism as a belief-nonbelief is an affront against God since it denies His very existence. Those who embrace it are in rebellion against God Himself and it must be exposed for the lie it is.
Your claim that Christians are not supposed to plan or prepare. God will provide (Take no thought for your life,.. shows a shallow understanding of what Jesus taught. If someone is trying to screw their employees so they can reap more profits then that is sin. Anyone who claims that Christ taught this kind of thing is deliberating abusing His teachings.
The "judge not" scripture gets used and taken out of context constantly by those who have no understanding of the biblical meaning behind it. Jesus tells us to first take the plank (beam) out of our eye, THEN we are able to take the speck out our brother's eye. It means...don't be a hypocrite.
Christians are supposed to use the Word of God to correct, rebuke, exhort, instruct....etc.
2 Timothy 3:16- All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:
2 Timothy 4:2- Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long suffering and doctrine.