Category Archives: Moral Issues

Would Jesus Endorse A Lottery? by Garland M. Robinson

The word lottery means: “a drawing of lots in which prizes are distributed to the winners among persons buying a chance.” A lottery is a means of gambling, and gambling is wrong, dead wrong. Regardless of the form it takes (lottery, bingo, raffle, buying chances, pitching pennies, etc.), gambling is sinful. It violates every principle of truth. In spite of arguments made to say the profits will be used for education or some other good work, it remains a dishonest and damnable venture. Continue reading

Where In The Bible Will I Find: That Abortion Is Right With God?

In Proverbs 6:16-17 the wise man Solomon expresses God’s thinking about abortion.  “There are six things which Jehovah hateth:  yea, seven which are an abomination unto him:  haughty eyes, a lying tongue, AND HANDS THAT SHED INNOCENT BLOOD . . .”  Each day in America, where respect for human life has been upheld in the past, there are now 3,500 human lives that are put to death!  Continue reading

What Makes Right? by Stan Mitchell

When such questions as abortion and euthanasia come up, we are often told by well meaning acquaintances, “We can’t ban abortion! We must not legislate morality!”

Which raises a question: What happens when morality is no longer the basis for our laws? What takes its place? Continue reading