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Romans 14:13

Let us not therefore judge one another any more (mhketi oun allhlou krinwmen). Present active subjunctive (volitive). "Let us no longer have the habit of criticizing one another." A wonderfully fine text for modern Christians and in harmony with what the Master said ( Matthew 7:1 ). That no man put a stumbling block in his brother's way or an occasion of falling (to mh tiqenai proskomma twi adelpwi h skandalon). Articular present active infinitive of tiqhmi in apposition with touto, accusative case after krinate: "Judge this rather, the not putting a stumbling block (see Matthew 9:32 for proskomma) or a trap (skandalon, Matthew 9:33 ) for his brother" (adelpwi, dative of disadvantage).

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