commanded us to take physical actions like partaking of the Lord’s Supper, showing pure familial love towards one another, and praying for each other. It is His Word which has declared we are to sing praises to Him and sit under biblical preaching by gifted men. These things require the presence of the local church. You cannot have a digital baptism or Lord’s Supper. Furthermore, the church is not called to simply parrot the newest trends of the world. If the world wants to have meetings via the metaverse, that does not mean the local church should start buying up virtual reality goggles to jump on the bandwagon. We follow Christ, not the world. Pragmatic churches that hold the world, not Scripture as their ultimate authority, are not true churches. The true church is the pillar and buttress of the truth seeking the glory of the Lord (1 Timothy 3:15).
My sincere question for Dr. Keller and those like him is to ask you point-blank, do you or do you not believe we have a duty as believers to stand for the sanctity of human life at all stages? Scripture is abundantly clear on this issue. I for one will stand for the sanctity of life calling upon the government to bear the sword for the murder of a human being from fertilization all the way through each and every season of life. That is called consistency, because biblical teaching is always firmly stable
chemical pesticides, fertilizers, and herbicides do not have a place. Instead of that, natural pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers are put into place as healthy alternatives.On our farm, our main supply of fertilizer is compost and rotten manure. When we have trouble with pests and diseases, we look to natural cures to the problem. Many times, the old maxim is true. ‘An ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure.’ Oftentimes a preventative measure will do so much more than trying to fix the problem.