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Share Tweet Yesterday a Pennsylvania Grand Jury report was released, detailing credible accusations of sexual abuse against over priests in just six dioceses. Over 1, child victims were identified. The report can be found here.
Christian ethics is a branch of Christian theology that defines virtuous behavior and wrong behavior from a Christian perspective. Systematic theological study of Christian ethics is called moral theology. Christian virtues are often divided into four cardinal virtues and three theological virtues.
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Christians consider the Bible a fount of ethical teaching—and it is—but some might be surprised at how, well, racy it can get. I have bathed my feet—why should I get them dirty? My love put his hand through the latch hole, and my body ached for him.
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This topic focuses on the latter — the person who trusts Jesus and seeks to serve Him but who is attracted to people of the same sex. What options does that person have? Celibacy One obvious choice is to be celibate.
Christian sex should be good. Because God created it good. Before the fall, Adam and Eve were naked and not ashamed.
Each and every one are places that we have visited, and have found encouragement in things that are posted there. We pray you are blessed in your marriage journey, and hope that these resources may play a part in that blessing. She offers tips and encouragement through her blog and occasional video teachings.
Why does the Church teach a mixed Gospel — that we still live under the Old Covenant law when the Bible teaches that we live under the New Covenant of grace and unconditional love and acceptance? If Jesus took care of the sin issue on the cross, why do we continually hear that we are sinners rather than saints? This Bible study is for you.