It was 19th Century Russian revolutionary Sergey Nechayev that coined the phrase "the ends justify the means". In his mind, if something was important enough, it didn't matter how you achieved the goal, just that you accomplished some supposed good in the end. But is that true? The Jewish Christians in Rome seemed to think so because they claimed God should be happy that they sinned because it made him look good. I hope you can join us this week to see what Paul thinks of that argument and why it just doesn't fly. Join us Sunday at 10 am - online or in person - to hear about "The Ends & The Means". See you then!