If not, you'll be seen as a hypocrite and as a known Christian, heap shame on the Gospel.
Does wildlife campaigner Prince Charles's hunting habit make him a hypocrite?
A statement from the opposing camp quickly followed, suggesting that Whitman, the former eBay CEO, was being a hypocrite.
Palin might be a hypocrite on this point, but American politics does indeed all too often resemble a reality show.
Some say her opposition to the Violence Against Women Act makes her a hypocrite, as does her opposition to women in combat.
These ideas in a hypocrite appear to be inconsistent, but in reality are not.
As she said all this, Hester felt like a hypocrite, remembering her own sins.
A girl would have been a hypocrite indeed who could shut her eyes to what Gwen saw in that looking-glass.
I will do the fellow the justice to say that he was not a hypocrite.
The heart cannot play the hypocrite, and no frequency of disaster diminishes the smart.
c.1200, ypocrite, from Old French ypocrite (12c., Modern French hypocrite), from Church Latin hypocrita, from Greek hypokrites "stage actor, pretender, dissembler," from hypokrinesthai (see hypocrisy).
one who puts on a mask and feigns himself to be what he is not; a dissembler in religion. Our Lord severely rebuked the scribes and Pharisees for their hypocrisy (Matt. 6:2, 5, 16). "The hypocrite's hope shall perish" (Job 8:13). The Hebrew word here rendered "hypocrite" rather means the "godless" or "profane," as it is rendered in Jer. 23:11, i.e., polluted with crimes.