The accusation Jesus makes against the Pharisees is not that they have beliefs that are incorrect, but that they have sklērokardía, “hardness of heart” (Matthew 19:18; Mark 10:5), an unwillingness to hear others’ needs with compassion.
Sklērokardía literally means “dry heart,” a heart unwatered by love, shrunken and shriveled, dried up until it becomes hard and unyielding, likelier to respond to others’ pain with callousness and unthinking cruelty than with compassion.
What did Christ come for:
Indeed, God did not send the Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him.John 3:7
I find it to easy to condemn rather than have compassion.
How do you find hardness of heart vs incorrect beliefs on your schedule of things to condemn?