Not many of us can be teachers, knowing that we are to receive heavier judgment that is based on a higher standard than what we may not possess. If it’s about religion then it should not be pushed, but the thought content of it’s being based on truth should be made clear. If, though we do have the said standards for curriculum, it should be properly introduced. The thought content should be read with emphasis and the application made clear.
That’s where teaching comes in, but where are teachers, writers, and media, and why aren’t they instructing the people? Are they encouraging, are they declaring practical advice on marital relations, and moral issues in their meeting places? What about the rearing of children, and other practical matters? When is the last time you heard a priest or a pastor read a Bible verse? The truth speaks for itself if it’s based on God’s word, and is it being taught by capable men who are qualified to teach.
Someone is needed, as teachers with their teaching—making scriptural application clear, and precise—then there would be no rampant problems with marital relations and moral issues in a religion that is based on love of neighbor. If, then a religion were based on love of God, and love of neighbor it would be welcomed. Yes, that’s what I need give to me a religion that is based on brotherly love—a love that does not work what is injurious to his neighbor.