Posted by Lou Pilder on December 28, 2009, at 8:36:20
In reply to Drink the water. » Lou Pilder, posted by SLS on December 28, 2009, at 8:12:40
> > could or could not be deemed to be unfaithful to that God if they take mind-altering drugs
> ...or are they brain-correcting and mind-correcting drugs?
> That is the goal, I believe. To the extent to which there has been some success in the use of psychotropic drugs to treat mental illness and improve quality of life, I believe the goal is justified.
> Would one be unfaithful to God to drink the water that the works of man has been brought to our spigots?
You wrote,[...would it be unfaithful to God to drink the water (from a tap)...?]
Since the discussion is about as to if taking mind-altering chemicals into one's system causes one to be unfaithful to God or not,I would need to know which God is in question as to being unfaithful or not, for drinking that water, and from which tap, as if you are or are not wanting to mean that that water has mind-altering chemicals in it, before I could answer your question. Granted, water from different taps could have chemicals in it, but are those chemicals mind-altering chemicals or not?
> - Scott