"When we feel we have been suffering unjustly, we may cry for justice, outraged at injustice. But is it justice we really want? Why, then, the cross? If justice will suffice, Jesus died in vain. Or, to put it another way, if God had simply been 'just' with Jesus, he would not have sent him to the cross. Is it simple 'justice' we want? What do we do with a God who loves us so much he sends his Son to bear that kind of suffering? How must these realities that lie at the very center of our faith bear on our understanding of the problem of evil and suffering? From any Christian perspective, our theoretical and practical approach to evil and suffering must fasten on the cross, or we are bound to take a false step."
- D.A. Carson
A series of questions:
Should Christians obey the law?
Does that include speed limit laws?
Should Christians help other motorists when possible?
I assume your answers were "Yes" to all of the above, now for the tough one. And I'm really not sure of the answer.
I mean it.
Be shocked if you wish, but I don't know the answer.
Should Christians warn other people there is a police officer down the road by flashing headlights?
What is the right thing to do?
Tell me what you think under comments. I want to hear from you! (It's something that has puzzled me for a long time.)