Religion

August 18, 2012 12:00 AM

Religion isn’t meant to be all ‘feel-good,’ is it?

The Rev. R.L. Baynham, pastor of Metropolitan Baptist Church, Kansas City, Kansas: Religion is hard to define, and therein is the problem. Man sees religion in many different ways and cultures. As Christians we see the mandates of the Bible as the source of our practice and worship. It teaches that the right relationship with God is redemptive. It teaches that the right relationship with our fellow man is beneficial. It teaches that the right relationship with nature is rewarding. We spend a lifetime trying to make it balance. We should spend all of our time making those relationships work.

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