Need online help Tartuffe: the title character is ridiculed

In Moliere’s Tartuffe, the title character is ridiculed, among other things, for the highly public nature of his piety. From a biblical perspective, is Moliere right to criticize Tartuffe for this, or would his outward behavior be acceptable if only it had matched his inner life? Support your arguments with specifics from Scripture and from the play

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