Inequality becomes a problem when elites imagine that they deserve to abuse their power / privilege, while doing nothing to alleviate the plight of the underprivileged plebs. It’s a simple moral problem, with a simple moral solution. But people don’t seem to appreciate morality these days. Everyone’s crying about “inequality”, etc., when … Continue reading Inequality, morality, “deserve”
Assumptions that need to hold, for homosexuality to be objectively wrong in a “Christian” context: (1) There exists only one unique objective morality that everyone should adhere to. People will never agree on this, because it just depends on how “morality” is defined. (2) God’s morality is what (1) refers to. This assumes that God … Continue reading Relying on “the bible” for objective morality / truth
To follow / worship God means to follow / obey God’s laws. Therefore, to know God means to know / understand God’s laws. (A believer who does not act on his beliefs is no believer at all. Therefore to believe in God means both to know God’s laws and to obey them.) Why would we want to … Continue reading What does it mean to follow / worship God? What motivates us to do so?
Romans 2:13 Common English Bible (CEB) 13 It isn’t the ones who hear the Law who are righteous in God’s eyes. It is the ones who do what the Law says who will be treated as righteous. Romans 10:4 Common English Bible (CEB) 4 Christ is the goal of the Law, which leads to righteousness … Continue reading Law and Love