The problem with labels is that they avoid complexity and ignore reality. As Christians, we’re guilty of labeling others too often, and we even do it when we read the Bible.
For example, we think of Bible characters as either good or bad. King David, Moses, and the disciples were good, while the Pharisees, Judas, and others were bad.
In reality, everyone had both their good AND bad moments.. Moses doubted and was violent, David killed a man just so he could sleep with his wife, and the disciples were far from perfect—Peter even chopped a guy’s ear off with his sword (the list could go on).
Contrarily, The Pharisees weren’t all bad, and Judas participated in Jesus’s ministry doing many good things before betraying Him.
This is probably why Jesus warns against judging others, because we rarely see—or understand—the whole picture of someone’s life.
— via SJ Mattson