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You can’t (or at least shouldn’t) legislate immorality

When people try to impose their immorality on you, kindly hold fast to what you know is morally right. You can’t (or at least shouldn’t) legislate immorality. Coercion and Christ’s love contradict. Coercion can compel outward compliance, but Christ’s love … Continue reading

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When desires determine ethics

Your desires are not definitive of who you are, or determinant of your destiny, until you begin to obey them. Resist ungodly ones. When our desires determine our ethics, right is soon replaced with wrong and often we no longer … Continue reading

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Feelings are a poor ethical guide

It’s popular to obey the destructive voice of lust. Lust and temptation are widely obeyed inner voices that lead to misery. Wrong often feels right. That’s why your feelings are a poor ethical guide. What the human race has in … Continue reading

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Right or wrong is more important than right or left

Too many people today have a wimpy conscience that won’t stand up to them and make them behave. The thought and desire to randomly shoot innocent people comes from Hell’s most evil, cruel, and grotesque demons. Americans need ethics, the … Continue reading

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Two consenting adults

It is said that two consenting adults can’t do wrong together. However, to consent to wrong is wrong. Two consenting adults can do wrong together, even privately. Adultery’s an example.

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It’s okay to say some things aren’t okay!

Every thought, feeling, desire, and action isn’t okay. Desire without self-control usually runs amuck. It’s okay to say that some things aren’t okay! We live in a culture where people feel entitled to demand other peoples’ approval of whatever they … Continue reading

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Some desires are bad!

The strength of a desire isn’t the measure of its correctness. Every desire isn’t desirable. Desires that defy your conscience should be resolutely refuted, resisted, and repulsed. Letting desire, rather than wise deliberation, lead in decision making seldom results in … Continue reading

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Love & grace have moral backbone

Every person has the right to believe that some things are morally wrong. Love respects that right. It doesn’t accuse someone who disagrees with their moral principles, of “hating” them. Grace sensitizes the human conscious. It doesn’t silence it. If our … Continue reading

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Telling the truth about lying

Truth is you might wanna watch our new Crazy Bible Stuff video about lying . . . (AND DON’T SAY YOU DID IF YOU DON’T LOL.)

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Modern Myth #9 — All Religions Are Equal

Modern Myth #9 is the belief that all religions are equal or true. MTV and The Associated Press recently asked young people between the ages of 13 and 24 to choose between two statements about their views of religious faiths other … Continue reading

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