This is a reblog of an article I read on appropriately interpreting I Thessalonians 5:22

Abstain from all appearance of evil.

As described in this article, I have ALWAYS heard this verse used in the context of avoiding situations that could look compromising, which of course is solid advice, but contextually inaccurate.

I’ve been gone and out of the loop for a while. The debate over the so-called “Billy Graham” rule, in light of the comments of Mike Pence, went on without me. That was probably a good thing. But every generation renews its battle with the horrible interpretation of 1 Thessalonians 5:22. You have probably heard […]

via Every Appearance of Evil, and the Billy Graham Rule — My Only Comfort

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Posted by dividinghisword

I am the father of two, husband of one, and lover of Christ! I simply seek to spread the Word of God unadulterated, not filtered by denominational interpretation. I have a degree in Theology from Texas Bible College but more so I have His Word!

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