Deviations of morality

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By Louis Abel

 "Your word have I hidden in my heart, that I might not sin against you."  

Psalm  199:11


 The new morality really isn't new.  When you analyze it, you discover at its core the old immorality.  It stems from man's desire to throw off the restraints that absolute moral standards place upon his conduct. One who doubts God's word and follows instead the dictates of his own reason invites trouble.  Eve took this ill-considered course and lost true righteousness. In the same way, the new morality as well as the old immorality are both deviations from the true morality. 

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