The Problem with God - Week 4

This week in part 4 of The Problem with God ( we talk about Moral Law. In the Merriam-Webster dictionary moral law is defined as: a rule or group of rules conceived as universal and unchanging and as having the sanction of God's will, of conscience, of man's moral nature, or of natural justice as revealed to human reason. As we look into Moral Law we need to understand that if there is a law in place, then someone had to give that law to be put in place. Then if there is a Moral Law. Therefore, there is a Moral Law Giver. Mark gives great message with great examples on Moral law and where these laws came from in this last week of The Problem with God.

1. Why is it important to be a moral person?
2. Explain the difference between an objective morality and moral relativism.
3. Jesus gave us a command to be able to follow the moral laws. It's easy to remember but it elevates the standards on which we live. John 13:34 says "I give you a new command: Love one another. Just as I have loved you, you are are also to love one another."

What are examples of Jesus love in the Bible?  

Then He continues in verse John 13:35: "By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another."

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