SUNSTONE Posted July 31, 2006 Author Share Posted July 31, 2006 I 100% disagree.It is accepted that people will justify any sin, that is where alot of the F-ED up things originate. Man will justify any sin, i.e well this person did THAT so I can do just THIS, etc. But, everyone knows when they are doing something wrong. I'm confident even the terrorists 'justified' there actions in their head b/c they knew it was wrong in their very own belief system, Islam. You ever lay hands on the sick and watch them recover? The Christian life doesn't revolve around what you can't do. It revolves around what you can do. Basicly, if you're not walking around doing things like Jesus and the disciples did, then you are not doing what you're suppose to be doing. And not everyone knows that, hence "Not everyone knows wether they are doing wrong or not." If you look at Acts 22 and 23 you will see this in Paul's own words. On chapter 22 he talks about how he was a Jew and how devoted he was to that religion. He talked about how he voted to have Christians thrown in jail, and even excecuted. But then he says "Brethren, I have lived my life with a perfectly good conscience before God up to this day." I believe that many of these terrorists believe they are doing the will of God. Not all of them. But you have to consider the fact that a man is laying down his life. It's hard to believe that all of them don't believe in what they are doing, especially when they are laying down their own life. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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