Marisol, I've always believed it to be a perfectly normal thing to judge people. We only see the world through the lens of our own experience; how can we not judge things based on how we see the world? As far as judging other religions, again, it's hard not to. Like OG said, we judge other religions based upon how they are *supposed* to act. And honestly, they do it too, either within one denomination's group or between denominations; Baptists judge Pentacostals, Pentacostals judge Mormons, Mormons judge Catholics and so on. And I think this is because of their worldview; they view their religion's teachings through only one small, narrow facet, and believe everyone else is interpreting things wrong. The problem with this restricted worlview is when you either don't realize how restricting it is or you refuse to believe how restricting it is; that is where you get the misunderstanding, fear, and hate toward others. People are hardwired to fear what they don't understand, and if they refuse to try to broaden their minds, they always refuse to try to understand others.