A cover for sin

Jan 20, 2014 by

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“Contraception Challenge” by Paul Schrag (Editorial) talks about the rights of the employer and the rights of the employees. We lose sight of the real issue: believing and following God’s Word. Why are contraceptives supposedly “necessary”? In the vast majority of cases they are to cover sinning. There would be no “need” for contraceptives if there was no fornication or adultery, which the participants wish to cover up and try to keep the outward expression (pregnancy) from showing up. Those who desire to fit in with the world have lost sight of Rom. 12:1-2: “Present your bodies as a living sacrifice… . Be not conformed to this world.”
Glenn Hollopeter
Medina, Ohio

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