What does the Bible say about shaving your face?
Leviticus 19:27 Do not cut the hair at the sides of your head or clip off the edges of your beard. Leviticus 21:5 Priests must not shave their heads or shave off the edges of their beards or cut their bodies.
What does Bible say about cutting hair?
There is nothing in the Bible that says you can’t trim your hair. I Corinthians 11:4-16 says you shouldn’t have hair cropped so short that you will look like a man. It apparently refers to a particular woman who, in attempting to look like a man, had cut her hair so short that she looked ridiculous.
Do Christians need to shave?
Others argue that shaving is merely makruh, or undesirable, because there isn’t a specific Quranic prohibition on it. As in Christianity, a number of theologians believe that the beard is holy because it is part of God’s distinction between man and woman. (These groups do not shave men as part of the rite of marriage.)
Is it a sin to drink before 21?
No. Not unless it is leading you to more serious sin. If you are breaking the law (and in some places it is legal to drink with parental supervision) then it would be a venial sin.
Is it okay to drink beer on Sunday?
The sale of alcoholic beverages in the state of California can occur weekly between the hours of 6 a.m. and 2 a.m. every day, including Sunday.
What states can you not buy beer on Sunday?
Blue laws banning sales of alcohol on Sundays remain on the books in parts of (or all of) states like Arkansas, Mississippi and Utah, and most states maintain a complex three-tiered system for distributing booze.
Why do blue laws still exist?
In the United States, the U.S. Supreme Court has held blue laws as constitutional numerous times, citing secular bases such as securing a day of rest for mail carriers, as well as protecting workers and families, in turn contributing to societal stability and guaranteeing the free exercise of religion.
What states still have the blue law?
States with Blue Laws
- Arkansas. Out of Arkansas’s 76 counties, 39 are “dry” counties where the sale of alcohol is prohibited.
- Delaware. Up until 2003, Delaware banned the sale of liquor on Sundays.