We can judge actions and decide whether they are good or bad, helpful or harmful, condcive to life or leading to death. We won't be able to judge perfectly because we live in a fallen world, but I think we are still obligated to try to work toward virtue, the fruit of the Spirit.
But to judge the being of others...way above my pay grade.
We are not to judge but to assume Christ in each face we see.
And yes Love has a much richer meaning that we tend to give it in English. When I say Love I do not mean the emotion for warm fuzzy feelings or attachment or desire. I mean agape, unconditional love, forgiveness, empathy, compassion, loving-kindness, social justice, truthfulness. Love binds them all together:
I submit that evil exists where there is no genetic code, and in all things where there is genetic code. Inside or outside of the body, the evil exists. The only exception is anything that God touches, or in some things that a soul touches. God does not touch everything but can touch anything. A soul can touch some things but not everything... especially of his own body. So are humans evil apart from the touch of God? I easily conclude yes. Grace is often an unseen hand though, whether its from God or a neighbor.