Larry1764 Wrote:
Nov 24, 2012 11:29 PM
The way I see it is that the real problem is hypocrisy. That high percentage of Christians in the country is what people say they are, but so few of them live the life they claim to believe in. Think of all the "Christians" who pray before the meal at their civic club and go to church on Sunday for the same reason they go to the club -- their social image. But in their business practices and in their leisure activities, they allow so much that is against biblical principles. In the area of contraception/abortion, they approve of their churches' stances but in private they want the contraceptions as much as the non-Christians do. Not to even mention the adulteries committed in private by these "upstanding" Christian citizens. Extend th