Some hold it as a doctrine while others have simply absorbed the assumption that the Law of God was for another day and does not apply today. Some believe the Law of God is for the Christian only and that it does not apply to the unbeliever or to the social order. Many believe that [...]
We call to mind that the woman was “caught” in adultery which obviously means the man was also “caught”, yet they brought only the woman. This is in direct violation of the law of God that both parties in such a case are equally responsible and subject to the punishments of God’s law. The verse above is an eloquent exposition of exactly what is going on here. They had a double standard. They wanted their women to be faithful and pure but the men would not live this way themselves.
I believe the most debilitating defect in the Body of Christ today is the lack of understanding and application of God’s Law. The larger portion of Evangelical Christians are antinomian (which means “against law”).