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    #1

    satisfy

    Hi

    Many young people in the church today believe it is not wrong
    to lie to a parent if you have a good reason. They think it is all
    right to cheat on an examination to get a better grade. They
    think it is all right to steal if the other person has more than you
    do. But you say, “Can they not see how wrong they are or how
    much pain they cause?” No, most of them cannot.
    They think that if they have a reason that satisfies them, then
    anything they want to do is all right. That way of thinking, though,
    leads them to believe wrong choices are right ones. They accept
    the false truth and think they are getting the real truth.

    --- Does it mean: They think that if they have a reason which they feel is good, then anything they want to do is all right.

    cheers

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    Re: satisfy

    I think it means: .. if they have a reason which (they think) is good enough, then anything ...

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