What is really important?
What day are we supposed to have church – Sunday or Saturday? How are we supposed to baptize people – by dunking them in the water or by sprinkling them? What songs are we supposed to sing in church – really old songs or new songs with modern instruments? Should women always wear head-coverings? Are these things important for Christianity? If they are, how important are they, and how do we know which ones we really need to pay attention to?
These issues can cause conflicts in churches, and they have even lead to churches splitting and different denominations forming. Paul talked about these issues and related it to having a strong or weak conscience. What is a strong conscience, though?
Please listen as Michael Pratt shares out of Acts 21 about what is truly important in Christianity.
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