Category Archives: morality

Is it wise to expand the “right” to kill?

I’m so sad to see some states expanding “the right to kill.” –America continues to legally chop away at the commandment “You shall not kill,” calling prenatal killing “choice” and physician assisted killing “compassion,” thus cheapening the value of human … Continue reading

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Our wrong-gong can “make America great again.”

To “make America great again” requires a return to the high ideals of our national creeds: “Liberty and justice for all,” “All men are created equal and endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights,” “In God we trust,” and … Continue reading

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Has human trafficking ever been honorable?

If human trafficking is cruel and evil in 2015, how can we call it honorable in 1776?

Posted in 2015, abuse, immorality, morality, right and worng, Uncategorized, values, violence | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments

Just about everybody on the planet has a sense that some activities are morally wrong. Love doesn’t try to force people to support the activities that violate their conscience.

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When Does Love Win?

Perhaps love doesn’t win with flags, pride, or court decision. So when does love really win? Love wins when I surrender to God’s love by laying down my desires and giving up my will. I saw this kind of broken, … Continue reading

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It’s Your Choice–Principle Or Preference

Everyone’s choice . . . –Do I choose to use my freedom to follow and obey my own feelings? –Or do I choose to use my freedom to faithfully follow and obey the living, resurrected Jesus Christ and His teaching … Continue reading

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Getting Rid Of Guilt

Guilt is “the fact of having committed an offense or crime.” By that definition, no one is not guilty.  Guilt is the result of wrong doing.  Everybody has done something wrong either legally or morally. (For example, I believe that … Continue reading

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