Jesus warns about this. It's called hypocrisy.
Someone can say, like Greg does, "I reject moral relativism" which is the belief that moral judgments cannot be absolute but only relative to one position or another. But that person can simply then be a hypocrite and actually guilty of moral relativism, if he shifts his moral positions from one standard to another, which is typically done to follow the culture. Greg's positions are that of the Body of Christ generally and that of our Christian leaders. (See kgov.com/superfluous and prolifeprofiles.com/dobson.) And tragically, the morality of the Body of Christ has imploded. So our evidence of the error of Greg's ways are...
Exhibit B: The imploding morality of the Body of Christ.
Today's resource: God's Criminal Justice System: Does the Bible support the death penalty before the crucifixion? How about after the crucifixion? The death penalty forms the centerpiece of the Gospel. The first and last books of the Bible deal with execution, as do the Old and New Testaments generally. Enjoy this presentation of God's ideas about criminal justice. Many Christians pray for an open door to share the Gospel with a friend. That door opens with every newscast, and with the reading of every newspaper, for those who benefit from God's Criminal Justice System. Meanwhile, discover the unique style of Bob Enyart and enjoy all of his teaching tapes.
The Bible tells the story of human history and the work of God for His creation. And as all good stories do, Scripture has a plot! Grasping the big picture will help you reconcile many seemingly contradictory and controversial Bible passages. So consider listening to The Plot series based on Bobs manuscript of the same title. Then enjoy these book studies and see how the big picture can help you to better know the living God.