Does what we wear matter? Yes, because Scripture clearly indicates that the people of God should dress “with modesty” in 1 Timothy 2:9. But that leads to another question, what is modesty?
In this series, we are taking a look at some of the manmade “loopholes” that we often fabricate when it comes to our Christianity. We have looked at the categories of WORSHIP and RELATIONSHIPS so far, and today we turn our attention to the area of SALVATION.
Eschatology is the study of end times, particularly the second coming of Jesus, the Day of Judgment, the destruction of the earth, and the after life. Christianity in its broadest sense is divided in regards to eschatological beliefs, and this division is largely dependent on how one interprets the reference to the “one thousand year” period (i.e. millennium) during which Satan is bound (Revelation 20:2-3) and Christ reigns (Revelation 20:4-6).
In this “episode” of Loophole Hunters, we are going to address another perceived “loophole” that we, as Christians, often use an excuse NOT to obey God in the area of relationships.
“You have heard that it was said that forgiveness and agape love are not required when someone has hurt ME.”
- The Why Series - Why Do Churches of Christ Place Limitations on the Role of Women?
- THE WHY SERIES - Why Does the Church of Christ Lack Musical Instruments in Their Worship Services?
- The Why Series - Why Do Churches of Christ Observe the Lord’s Supper Every Sunday?
- “LOOPHOLE HUNTERS: RELATIONSHIPS-PART ONE”