Man shall know: good or evil?

MAN SHALL KNOW?

It is when man begins to taste the fruits of life that he or she becomes exposed to the knowledge of good and evil (Gen.2; 17; 3: 22). Adam and Eve had that experience but the rest of mankind just has not been able to decide which is what. Beginning with Cain, evil became good, but not so with God (Gen.4: 8-12). Case after case in the Bible regards evil actions as being good for man. By the time of Paul the Apostle, evil had replaced what was good in the eyes of God (Ro.1: 24-32). In our present day, it has become politically correct. Evil has become good and the Good is now offensive to the human kind of good. Even those of the old Good are no longer sure because evil is prosperous (Ps.73). God’s own people are being destroyed for their lack of knowledge (Ho.4: 6).

What was the difference in Adam and Eve? Their act of disobedience made them conscious of their guilt. They saw clearly what was good and what was evil. They also realized that there were no rules they could pass on to their offspring so that they would not continue to blunder. Man became like gods but not in the sense that he could make laws to stop Cain from killing his brother. To this very day man is not able to create fair and just laws. All his regulations are tinted with self-interest and self-preservation. Every law that man has created pleased some and offended others. There is no common ground but force to conform to a man made universal law. And nations that coerced people to conform to their lawmakers did not last.

The framers of the U.S.A. Constitution were aware of their inability to write a code that would please everyone. They envisioned the laws of a higher power that could grand inalienable rights by unchangeable laws. They could not even agree on the issue of slavery. Neither could they legislate on morality. The founders expected the Ten Commandments to govern the behavior of the citizens of the new nation. Like Israel of old, clever and progressive liberal lawmakers, replaced God’s laws with their own regulations, protecting those that oppose the unchangeable laws of the Creator and the Creator himself. This empowers a minority to run a nation. It becomes a runaway train that can stop only in crashing. It is when we crash that we know we were wrong. Nothing has changed since the days of Adam and Eve. 
MAN SHALL KNOW?

It is when man begins to taste the fruits of life that he or she becomes exposed to the knowledge of good and evil (Gen.2; 17; 3: 22). Adam and Eve had that experience but the rest of mankind just has not been able to decide which is what. Beginning with Cain, evil became good, but not so with God (Gen.4: 8-12). Case after case in the Bible regards evil actions as being good for man. By the time of Paul the Apostle, evil had replaced what was good in the eyes of God (Ro.1: 24-32). In our present day, it has become politically correct. Evil has become good and the Good is now offensive to the human kind of good. Even those of the old Good are no longer sure because evil is prosperous (Ps.73). God’s own people are being destroyed for their lack of knowledge (Ho.4: 6).

What was the difference in Adam and Eve? Their act of disobedience made them conscious of their guilt. They saw clearly what was good and what was evil. They also realized that there were no rules they could pass on to their offspring so that they would not continue to blunder. Man became like gods but not in the sense that he could make laws to stop Cain from killing his brother. To this very day man is not able to create fair and just laws. All his regulations are tinted with self-interest and self-preservation. Every law that man has created pleased some and offended others. There is no common ground but force to conform to a man made universal law. And nations that coerced people to conform to their lawmakers did not last.

The framers of the U.S.A. Constitution were aware of their inability to write a code that would please everyone. They envisioned the laws of a higher power that could grand inalienable rights by unchangeable laws. They could not even agree on the issue of slavery. Neither could they legislate on morality. The founders expected the Ten Commandments to govern the behavior of the citizens of the new nation. Like Israel of old, clever and progressive liberal lawmakers, replaced God’s laws with their own regulations, protecting those that oppose the unchangeable laws of the Creator and the Creator himself. This empowers a minority to run a nation. It becomes a runaway train that can stop only in crashing. It is when we crash that we know we were wrong. Nothing has changed since the days of Adam and Eve.