Is it right for Christians to borrow ideas, principles, and techniques from the secular treatment community?
• Stay true to the scriptures – We must be careful to subject all things we do in our Christian lives to the light of the Word of God. Therefore, we must throw out any principles or philosophies that contradict God’s Word! Most importantly, Christians must reject any philosophy or approach that lifts from a sinner his sense of responsibility for his own actions. Without this the first real step to healing cannot be taken – repentance and cleansing for sine at the Cross of Christ. The Bible is perfectly clear on the fact that real, lasting change can only occur when an individual can experience true repentance — which implies a sense of personal accountability for his actions and their consequences. • Be discerning – A creationist scientist will reach a set of conclusions on a certain geological formation that is very different from those of his evolutionist counterpart. In a similar fashion, while dealing with factual data, conclusions reached by non-Christian researchers or counselor
- Can I give my patient advocate the right to make decisions to withhold or withdraw life sustaining treatment?
- Is it right for Christians to borrow ideas, principles, and techniques from the secular treatment community?
- Do students have a constitutional right to express their faith and religious ideas in a public school?
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