By: Pam Strickland
Many practicing Christians view pornography, which drives demand for prostitution and sex trafficking. To stop human trafficking, the church must end the demand for victims. And we must start with us.
Well, it seems to me that at the end of this letter, the writer of Hebrews is also rattling off final reminders, exhortations that reminded those early Christians of what it meant to live a life of faith. Keeping the faith is not just about an individual believing in the right things. Keeping the faith is mostly about trusting God enough to behave in such a way that it gives witness to the person of Jesus Christ, the author and finisher of our faith. In order for that to happen fully, it takes a community, a group of people living life together.
A Muslim and a Christian released wrote to hotel executives asking them to remove pornographic movies in hotel rooms – even if it cuts into their profits.
More than half of British Christians are willing to pay more for their Internet use if it would mean greater restrictions on accessing online porn, a poll found.
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