Science can tell us how to do many things but it cannot tell us what ought to be done. (Author Unknown).

We are living in the scientific age. The reality of almost everything seems to be in question if it cannot be measured in a test tube or pass laboratory examination. Yet, we all innately recognize that some things are not quantifiable or measurable. Right and wrong, for example. We need a moral compass to enable us to live wholesomely.

The proverbs of Solomon[are] . . . for receiving instruction in prudent behavior, doing what is right and just and fair (Proverbs 1:1, 3).