Many Christians think all sins are the same. Have you ever heard that before? Imagine someone commits a horrible crime. Let's say, for example, a man murders his whole family. And when the community hears about it, they're outraged. But then imagine that some Christians say, “We need to remember that we're all sinners.” “We …
As technology continues to advance, we have more and more power to change our bodies. But Christians should be asking whether there are boundaries. This is a complex topic and one that cannot be sufficiently covered in a short blog post like this, but I would like to lay out certain categories and principles.
Christians often make two mistakes when they think of anger. Some Christians say Christ forbids all anger because it's murderous. But other Christians claim that every kind of anger about sin and error is righteous. Neither perspective, however, is biblical. The Bible is very precise when it comes to anger.
In short, no, it is not a sin for Christians to choose options other than homeschool for their children. The Bible says, “Where there is no law, there is no transgression” (Rom 4:15), and there is no biblical law commanding parents to homeschool their children. This question is really connected to the fifth commandment, “Honor your father and your mother” (Ex 20:12).