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Published: Saturday, March 1 2014 5:00 a.m. MST

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donn
layton, UT

RE: Tattoos, Some will try to argue that a Christian’s tattoo can serve as a witnessing tool or help bridge some kind of gap between them and non-Christians. Such thinking is admirable, but actually it is the promotion of the pragmatism philosophy, which says if something seems to “work”, then it must be right and moral. Using that philosophy, the adherents to the Children of God cult could argue that their “flirty fishing” is moral because their supposed aim is to make new Christians.

Yet,"Today shalt thou be with me in “paradise” (Luke 23:43 NIV, NET) Jesus didn’t say you need to put on a white shirt and tie.

george of the jungle
goshen, UT

I think that there will be a time in everyone's life when the day of retribution, a day of reckoning, a come to Jesus moment when we have to face reality, and admit our sins.

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