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WARNING: The following article, PART 1 and 2 is not intended for children. If you are a minor, you are urged to leave and instead, invest your time elsewhere.

Morality is something integral to the revelation of God’s Word. His Law, and specifically the Ten Commandments reveals God-ordained morality with every one of the ‘thou shalt’s and ‘thou shalt not’s. God is eternal and immutable, and so is His Law and Truth, thus morality likewise does not change, despite popular beliefs in our modern times.

Today, people believe that morals are relative and not revelatory; that is, it’s up to people on an individual or even a group consensus basis to determine what is moral and what is immoral and not prescribed by God for mankind; There are some that even espouse an amoral attitude and conduct. The majority reject the idea that morals are based on God’s truth and that we are obligated to obey it. If truth is rejected, not recognized as existent or deemed relative, not only then does justice suffer, but morality as well. And this inevitably leads to the destruction of any society.

The dangers of pornography and the relativism that allows, even extols it, is the subject in today’s TTUF article. . .


FEATURED ARTICLES:

The PERILS and PERVERSION of PORNOGRAPHY - Part 1 - by James Fire
It's Satanic Influences and Spiritually Destructive Darkness 
The PERILS and PERVERSION of PORNOGRAPHY - Part 2 - by James Fire

It's Satanic Influences and Spiritually Destructive Darkness 


ARTICLES:

"Some Bible Verses that Have a Bearing on the Issue of Pornography" by Charlie Campbell

"Nine Ways to Fight The Tempation of Pornography" by B. J. Stockman

"Antidote to Pornography" by T. M. Moore

"Darkening Our Minds: The Problem of Pornography Among Christians" by Joe Dallas

"Nudity and the Christian Worldview" by Robin Phillips

"Seven Hollywood Stars Who Are Speaking Out Against Porn" 

"Generation Triple X Responding to our 'Pornified' Culture" by John Stonestreet

"Why Porn Kills Sex" by Russell Moore

"Seven Negative Effects of Porn" by B. J. Stockman

Study: Pornography is a Marriage Killer and Destroys Even the Desire to Get Married by Michael Gryboski (Washington Examiner reports on the same data)



AUDIO:

"Generation Triple X Responding to our 'Pornified' Culture" by John Stonestreet


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