Nothing is more difficult to counterfeit than ethics. (John Calvin, prominent leader of the Protestant Reformation)

In an age of relativity, everyone seems to establish his own set of morals and beliefs. In the Old Testament ((Judges 21:25), we’re told that “everyone did as he saw fit” because they had no king.” In such a society it soon becomes obvious that there must be some kind of standard, some set of rules or laws, or chaos will ensue.

If you really keep the royal law found in Scripture, “Love your neighbor as yourself,” you are doing right. (James 2:8)