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How many times have you heard this statement before?The Catholic Church is mentioned in conversation and all anyone can say is, “The Church is about rules! ” This comment is usually made by someone who feels they are perfectly capable of making decisions without the interference of religion.As a teacher, I became aware of this underlying sense of loyalty early on.My response to this dilemma was informing my students about the Bible.It was also noted for something else too that nearly forced me into a fight.I am referring to its seasonal cider punch, served hot with a sprinkling of spices.
I will concentrate on three specific examples from Sacred Scripture that prove this point. At the beginning, God gives Adam and Eve dominion over all the earth; the plants, animals, all living things.
(Genesis -30 NAB) He even tells them, “You are free to eat from any of the trees in the garden…”.
(Genesis NAB) After this, however, He establishes a rule, “…except from the tree of knowledge of good and bad”. He knows that if freedom is not properly understood and applied in the correct manner, it will leads to corruption, chaos and destruction. Tower of Babel, Noah and the Ark, Kings of Israel, etc…) Thus, the need for rules!
(Genesis NAB) God offers freedom to human beings (free-will) knowing we will misuse it. (Exodus -31 NAB) It is later on that God presents Moses with the 10 Commandments. Rules provide guidelines, the same as boundaries do in sports.
Another example is found in Exodus, when God leads the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt. (Exodus 20: 1-17) Again, they were given freedom first, then rules. Knowing what you should do (and not do) provides for an enjoyable experience.
She is indeed (and unapologetically) counter-cultural. Deacon Mike Talbot ( said it best in an article written in response to a piece that appeared in the Washington Post about Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s retirement: Our call to live counter-culturally is as old as the church itself.