View Full Version : Do reformed people end up with better morals


platinummatt!
09-25-2006, 03:05 PM
Do reformed people end up with better morals from those who did nothing bad in the first place..?

K-DOGG
09-25-2006, 04:09 PM
Do reformed people end up with better morals from those who did nothing bad in the first place..?

It really boils down to the individual and can't be generalized.

No one is without sin, so there are no people who do "nothing bad", for "we all fall short of the Grace and the Glory of God"...so to speak.

"Judge not lest ye be Judged, for with what Judgement ye meet, it shall be measured unto you"...etc, etc.

Don't worry about such things, Matt. Some people who are "reformed", as you put it, are better Christians or believers than those who have followed the faith their whole lives, some fall off the wagon. Some Christians end up worse than those who never believed. There is no way to categorize who is more moral, for it is an individual thing.

MANGLER
01-02-2010, 02:48 AM
People shouldn't need to learn how to be decent human beings imo.