Here we have post based upon a poll. However, the post doesn’t have much to say about the polling results. Since the accuracy of polls is not very high, that is just as well. Often polling organizations have an agenda, and they use their polls to just further that agenda. Meaningless!
That said, the post is spot on. Lots of people these days have never even been taught why they should believe anything, and that observation is far more important than that poll.
When I look back on my own life, I believed certain things were right and certain things were wrong. Yet when I was someone who did not know what to believe about God, I couldn’t explain what made something right or wrong. Oddly, however, that seemed quite acceptable. Why? I saw everything and everyone, even what I saw of God, only from my point of view. What was right, and what was wrong, mattered only in my own eyes, that is, from my own point of view.
That began to change when I accepted Jesus Christ as my Savior.
It is a curious thing. We have all these Atheists, Agnostics, and casual believers in they know not what. We have all these lost souls who claim belief in Jesus Christ is an illogical fantasy. Yet plenty of thoughtful people can find logical reasons for believing in Jesus Christ. Moreover, based upon their belief in Jesus Christ, Christians can rationally explain what is right and what is wrong. Whereas, the Atheists, Agnostics, and casual believers just make it up. What they think right and what they think wrong is based mostly upon their feelings. Thus, they have rested the foundation for their lives, every decision they make, upon shifting sands.
What does it mean to be an unaffiliated member of a religious group? Can the same meaning apply to unaffiliated voters?
I read a Citizen Tom post titled: What a difference they would have made, about the issue of abortion which is concern supported mainly of religious groups.
I then read a Pew Report which contained statistics that seem to contradict that religious groups beliefs about support of abortion.
The Purpose of This Post
Is to relate an ancient proverb to discern the wisdom or folly of what it means to be classified as either an unaffiliate member of either a religious or voter group and what a difference it would make if instead of being considered an unaffiliate member of a group.
My son, fear thou the LORD and the king:andmeddle not with them that are given to change: (Proverb 24:21)
21, 22. A warning against…
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