"Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you." What exactly does this mean? Because I think different people have different ideas of what this actually means. Amish folk take a very literal look at this passage, and they are very very seperate from the world. Whereas some baptist churches I have been to just try to focus on living a clean life as sinless as possible. But.. still, even living a clean life doesnt really make one actually seperate. Most christian folks I know still get their news from worldly sources, still send their kids to public schools, etc. I myself do not feel very seperate. I seem to have a pretty normal life, despite the fact that while I go through my normal day of bringing up kids, Im also trying to teach my children Godliness and biblical principles. (though, at ages 4,3, and 1 that doesnt look like much) We go to church 3 times a week, and that makes us look a little nutty Im sure. But is it really seperate? My brain is just struggling to figure out exactly what that means. And what is the unclean thing? Is that referring to unclean meats and such?