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Are you guilty?

October 21, 2009

Maybe it is just me, but morals seem to be on the decline in the world. Even in a world where morals are taught, the church, we see people doing things they know they are not suppose to. It seems that every couple of months there is a new preacher who has committed one of the big three sins. For those of you that don’t know what those are, they are sex, drugs, and rock & roll. But back to the point… Society is becoming more numb to the fact that we are born with a sense of right and wrong.

It really has come to the point where people seem to do what they want and as long as they never get caught, their actions are never wrong. Even when it comes to breaking the law, the mantra seems to be “If I don’t get caught, how can it be wrong?”

Continuing like this as a culture and society will surely be the death of civilization. The feeling of guilt seems to not exist if we do not get caught in our wrong actions.

So the question is how do we stop this? As Christians how do we stop this from happening? What about non- Christians? To someone who does not believe in Christ does this even matter?

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. marksantistevan permalink
    October 21, 2009 1:16 pm

    i don’t think morals are on the decline. i think morals have been virtually nonexistent all throughout human history. people were probably even way worse before Christianity came into the world. perhaps it was the Scriptures that helped us to see how immoral we are.

    to non Christians it doesn’t matter. to Christians it does. however, i think it is important that Christians don’t get frustrated with non Christians who are immoral. Christians don’t get angry with people when they see sin. Christians weep for the lost.


    • Benjamin Davis permalink*
      October 21, 2009 2:41 pm

      Mark I like what you had to say about Christians should weep for the lost. But you really don’t think morals matter to people who don’t believe in Christ?

  2. marksantistevan permalink
    October 22, 2009 5:00 pm

    they shouldn’t.

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