Homosexuality and abortion are readily accepted by society. Why is that? Obviously because of man's sin nature, but that is true of every generation, most of which did not embrace these things. Is it because so many people see mankind as an evolved monkey, rather than a special creation of God. The acceptance of evolution is rampant in society, but the Church has not come against it. We have, to some extent, sought political solutions through the courts, ect, but we do not, at least in my experience, teach creation in our churches anymore. Do we need to get back to teaching creation as an absolute truth in the Church, rather than assuming everyone already knows it? And how about the world? How can we expect others to repent and come to Christ, if they don't really understand what sin is. The world thinks sin is anything that Christians don't approve of, but do they really understand what sin is? We need to help people understand that we inherited this sin nature because of Adam's fall, but we can't do this unless we first understand that Adam was a real person who was really created by God. Thoughts?