Author Topic: Science versus Sin  (Read 2116 times)

Re: Science versus Sin
« Reply #30 on: January 02, 2017, 09:50:31 PM »
This is not an unusual christian thought: "What Paul is saying here is that if you are not sure whether eating meat is wrong and you think it might be, but you go ahead and eat it anyway instead of denying yourself to avoid what you think might be sin, then you are condemned, that is, guilty of sin. The reason he gives is that such eating is not from faith and whatever is not from faith is sin. "

Maybe Pops you need to read your bible--again.  And let the scales fall from your eyes so you do not read in ignorance as you are want to do.  Faith is the driver of religion; without it there can be no organized religion.  And like you, the most faithful are the most ignorant.
Reference the actual verse and I will correct you.

Ignorance in itself is rather harmless and can be helped. It is the causes of continual ignorance that must first be addressed within ones own mind.

Please do reference the verse or verses. Thanks.

peace