Rejecting God

If we reject God, then the concepts of right and wrong, good and evil, become blurred at best and totally disregarded at worst.  (Kip Cone, pastor)

In today’s society the distinctions Cone speaks about have been lost. It’s as if white is seen as black and black, white. Relativism argues that there is no inherent right and wrong. What is wrong for you may be okay for someone else. No wonder we can’t seem to reduce today’s rise in crime. A return to a belief in God and his standards might just be the right answer for today.

When a crime is not punished quickly, people feel it is safe to do wrong (Ecclesiastes 8:11)