Thank you for joining us again reading this blog as to When cultural practices are not always right or Biblical, This will be part 2 of a 3 part series,
Summary of part 1
In part 1 we quickly mentioned some of the false premises that people have. (we will be discussing this in detail later)
1. The false premise about cultures and them being outside the confines or morals,
2. how they believe that if a belief has been around for a long time then it justifies and authenticates that belief.
3. The false premise that if a belief had it’s “root” in Christianity that all the other beliefs it holds must be correct as well.
4.That truth is relative, not absolute and there are no real truth; there are no rights or wrongs