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TONIGHT "Integrity versus Situational-Ethics!" with "Healing Through Faith!" Edition of WFL!

Drop in TONIGHT with Volunteer, Army Veteran & former First Responder Steve McFarland for "Healing Through Faith!" edition of Warriors for Life (WFL) Online, sponsored and presented by Victory for Veterans, Inc. Where all types of Warriors get together for genuine camaraderie, different topics, friendship, and supportive discussions.


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TONIGHT's Topic: "Integrity versus Situational-Ethics!"

Teaser for Integrity versus Situational-Ethics


Have you ever been told to "go with the flow" when you knew that "the flow" was going in the wrong direction? A wise man once said "If you don't stand for something, you will fall for anything". We call those people "pragmatists", because the just follow the crowd, but as we saw from Daniel and his three friends, there ARE "hills" worth defending, and "hills" worth dying for, because there IS a higher-standard.


Keeping in mind what we learned from the book of Daniel, we are going to consider Integrity versus Situational-Ethics. They are, by definition, antithetical to each other, because Integrity requires that we do the right thing all the time, while situational-ethics allows for doing what is expedient in each situation. Situational-ethics doesn't acknowledge any higher-authority, so our question is "Are they mutually-exclusive?"

Theologians and philosophers have been debating this topic for centuries, but being neither a theologian nor a philosopher, we are going to look at it from a Biblical perspective. Two particular questions come to my mind; 1) Is it ever okay to lie?, and 2) Is it ever okay to break the rules?


Who, in the Old Testament, told a WHOPPER of a lie, and is mentioned in a New Testament "Hall of Fame"?


Who, in the New Testament, frequently thumbed his nose at the "establishment" and double-dog-dared them to do something about it?


The answers may surprise you, and help us build an ethical-framework for living our lives today with integrity, because there ARE still "hills" worth defending, and "hills" worth dying on.


Join us TONIGHT with Steve as we make new connections and start some interesting conversations about "Integrity versus Situational-Ethics!" Everyone is welcome!

Warriors for Life (WFL) "Healing Through Faith!" Edition, presented by Victory for Veterans, Inc. (VFV) – Sunday (TONIGHT), 8 October at 4:30 PM PT, 5:30 PM MT, 6:30 PM CT, and 7:30 PM ET


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Thank you,


Steve McFarland

Army Veteran & First Responder

Volunteer Facilitator, Victory for Veterans, Inc. (VFV)

"Healing Through Faith!"

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