Changing Our Dress Standards

It is true that 70 years ago all women wore skirts only. It is also true that our culture changed. Perhaps it would be fair to say that those who first changed were making a statement that ladies today are not necessarily making. It was not culturally acceptable then. What I am afraid we fail to see is that cultureis the last line of consideration for the Christian after the issue of covering our nakedness is addressed. For example, walk up and tell some burly Scottish guy in his kilt that he looks feminine or girly and as you pick yourself back up off the ground, you will probably realize he was all man and a cultural issue was involved.

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Raise the Standard!

Standards are what many churches measure their members up against… Is his hair short enough? Is her skirt long enough? Their music has drums in it! I heard they went to the movies! He didn’t wear church clothes to church! Their family went to the beach! Did you know that he smokes? Ahhhhhhh! The list goes on and on…

Raise the Standard!

Many churches define their rules as 'standards.' Some standards are given a higher ranking than others and are labeled 'convictions' while others which carry less weight are 'preferences.'  Different churches, attempting to determine what is important based on the Bible, asserts these standards upon the congregation.  Some churches even create defining boundaries of fellowship and … Continue reading Raise the Standard!

What is the Separation of Church & State?

There’s not many more words that have been misused and abused than these. The ACLU and other agnostic, communistic liberals have convinced themselves that Thomas Jefferson was actually on their side! They sincerely believe that what they do, when they protect the government from the church, is right! But that was not his intent. Read his actual words - in context...