When Paul stood before Governor Felix (Acts 24), it is evident that he had Felix pretty properly summed up already, as he lays emphasis upon conscience, and argues with Felix concerning righteousness, self-management, and the judgment to come (v. 25). Such subjects had been probably entirely new to Felix, and it is clear that Paul’s well aimed shafts went house, as a result of Felix turned frightened.
In gentle of this harmful instance of conscience, should conscience be suppressed and Darwin reign supreme? I think not. Because everyone knows that unbridled passions can equally be damaging. It is human nature to be generally lazy, self-serving, and illiberal. Somewhere alongside the way, a human ancestor discovered upon the concept of sacrifice, which is to set aside what you want now and work for one thing higher in the future. The most successful people of our species are capable of visualize the … Read more