Contributed by Chris Appleby on Jun 6, 2005
The sermon on the mount is a series of hard sayings. It begins with consolation, with the blessings for those who follow him, but it ends with a harsh warning: a warning against foolishness and its consequences. Having listened to the sermon on the mount
It seems that life today is all about choice. It’s almost as though if we’re not given half a dozen options to choose from at any given moment we feel deprived. Because choice is our right.
Now choice is good because it produces competition which keeps prices down and it’s a spur to innovation