Titus 1:2 says, “It is wrong to lie because God cannot lie.” Thus, lying is sin because God is inherently good, and He is incapable of it. This means that God did not discover that lying was wrong, nor did He declare it to be wrong. This means that God does not declare something to be good or say something is inherently good. Put simply, God is the standard of what is good. And so, for the Christian, the Euthyphro dilemma presents no dilemma at all, because neither of its positions represent Christian theology.
A visit to a church in Detroit will inform you that the Euthyphro dilemma has been addressed a long time ago. So why do secularists keep bringing it up? Unfortunately, bad arguments will always find their way back into fashion. As long as you know how to defeat it, then it can’t be used as a weapon against your faith.Read more on this article.http://bit.ly/2oly2Pl
Community is important to many people, and having a group of likeminded people who share your beliefs and interests can be very fulfilling. Whether you already hold a strong faith, or are just beginning your Christian journey, regularly attending church and getting involved with related activities can be a great way to integrate yourself further into a community.
Going to church on a regular basis and attending worship strengthens individuals and communities. Learning about God, understanding bible passages and singing and praying as a group will help you to feel more connected to your Christian faith and to those who share your beliefs.Read more on this article. http://bit.ly/2oCThxS
When Pope Benedict XVI ordered that the Roman Missal be revised, few people could predict how the changes would be received by parishes throughout the world. Before the former pope introduced these changes, the Missal has not been changed in over 30 years since the introduction of Vatican II.
People who had grown up with the post-Vatican II Missal, and even people who had grown up during the era of the Latin Mass, were comfortable and happy with the Missal as it was. Since its introduction in 2011, Pope Benedict’s Missal has met with a myriad of changes among Detroit churches and across the U.S. and the world. Read more on this article. http://bit.ly/2ojd98l