Column: Humanity’s ungodliness found rooted in our imperfect nature



Do we really need someone to tell us not to look at certain things, not to say certain things, not to do certain things because these things will be detrimental to our hearts and minds and lives? We are often educated far beyond the level of our obedience.

We don’t really need someone to tell us these things, do we?

The problem isn’t that we don’t know what to do. We just haven’t been about to figure out how to do it.

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