thepostman wrote: ↑December 2nd, 2019, 12:23 pm After all, locker room talk/actions makes everything okIt doesn't make the action ok, but it is essentially putting on social media that there is a different set of rules for football players than there are for every other student. In effect, it is further exacerbating resentment towards athletes on campus.
But honestly I don't care much about this. It is an interesting dynamic that is for sure.
Personally, if someone wants to smoke a cigar, go ahead (although an argument can be made against it, our bodies being temples for the Holy Spirit and all).
However, as I have gotten older, I see that some of my actions as a student weren't sinful because of anything the Bible specifically said against them. Rather, it is sinful just because I agreed to not do something, and then I went and did it anyway.
PAmedic wrote:you're absolutely right