We destroy our credibility with the secular world when we engage in sensual, or superficial tactics of reporting or sharing of spurious information or unsubstantiated memes. Let us all be very careful that we don’t fall into the error of applying loose connections to our theories of truth about, Christmas, Easter, or other important secular topics like globalism, and government corruption, etc. Our command is to carry the Gospel to all the world, and as Ephesians 5 says, reprove/expose evil, but do not fixate upon it such that our truth movement becomes about presenting darkness rather than being the light in a dark world. “And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them…” From David Guzik: Instead of associating with ungodliness, we expose the unfruitful works of darkness. However, we do not do this for the purpose of merely talking about them (which is shameful), but for the purpose of educating ourselves enough to avoid them. Christians must guard against (a carnal interest, or unhealthy sensual focus) in the works of darkness, even in times of testimony or research. Paul was careful to say that we should avoid the unfruitful works of darkness, not the people who are in darkness.

Parallelomania – An Introduction by John Tors

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