Written by Schalk_and_Elsa | Setapartpeople Looking at today’s fashion, can we say that it is modest to dress the way we do? It is important that we also look at fashion and the way we dress from a scriptural viewpoint. How set apart are you if you are dressing the way the world dresses? There … Continue reading What is modest clothing?
In a post that’s sure to get me into trouble with someone, I’d like to explore morality and how it is different for the Christian and the atheist.
Of course, there are others religions out there, but I can’t contrast and compare them all in one little blog post. Since I am a Christian, it is easier for me to compare Christianity with atheism. But if you do have a faith, I suspect you will find yourself agreeing with my comparison, substituting your faith for Christianity.
What I am not saying
I am not saying that a Christian is inherently more moral than an atheist. Nor am I saying that an atheist cannot be moral.
What I am saying
My premise is this: when a Christian acts in a moral manner, he acts in accordance with his stated beliefs. When an atheist acts in a moral manner, he is (in…
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"Straightway they forsook their nets, and followed him." (Mark 1:18) When they heard the call of Jesus, Simon and Andrew obeyed at once without demur. If we would always, punctually and with resolute zeal, put in practice what we hear upon the spot, or at the first fit occasion, our attendance at the means of … Continue reading Be doers, of the word.
“You shall not be afraid of the terror by night, nor of the arrow that flies by day, nor of the pestilence that walks in darkness, nor of the destruction that lays waste at noonday. A thousand may fall at your side, and ten thousand at your right hand; but it shall not come near … Continue reading The Reward of the Wicked.