We frequently hear there are no moral absolutes today. Pillars explains how God provided moral guidance for His people centuries ago with the Ten Commandments. The book brings this ancient document to life with insightful contemporary application. More
We live in a day that is extraordinarily like the time described by the Old Testament writer when “everyone did what was right in their own eyes.” We are constantly bombarded with the message “there are no moral absolutes!”
In the midst of this chaos, Randel Everett brings a word of hope. It might appear that everything is crumbling but the pillars of our morality are still standing. The world might change, the attitude of people can become indifferent, the actions of mankind seem reprehensible, but the truth is we still have the pillars, the foundation, for a strong society.
The Ten Commandments, given by God centuries ago, have a relevant word of hope for us today. There are moral absolutes. They are not the invention of any religion or culture but the revealed Word of God.
Dr. Randel Everett is the senior pastor of First Baptist Church, Midland, Texas. He served as executive director of the Baptist General Convention of Texas for almost three years. He was founding president of The John Leland Center for Theological Studies in Arlington, Virginia. He served as pastor of First Baptist Church of Pensacola, Florida, as well as pastorates in Virginia, Texas and Arkansas.