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Whose Fault Is It?

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Like the idea of "no-fault" society? "no-fault" religion? Does the idea of having no consequences for wrongdoing appeal? Think it through, and the appeal is likely to go away because no-fault means no accountability. And the natural result is no-fault chaose. The Bible says our own desires are the source of sin, and God wants us responsible for our choices. When we give in to a desire for something forbidden, He does not spare us the consequences. The wrong desire to do wrong is underneath a baited hook. Bite the bate, and you get the hook. It is God's wise plan for accountability. Listen in to learn more about the right way - God's way - of avoiding the hook.

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