In Romans 14 we find Paul addressing the local church there for their mismanagement of their differences. There were in the church Jews who had been saved and yet still held sacred the ceremonial laws of what to eat and what not to eat. There were also Gentiles who were once pagans and had at one time sacrificed unto pagan gods and therefore, now Christians, refused to eat any meat at all. And of course there were those in the church who were affiliated with none of these things and therefore saw no harm in eating what they wanted for all things are clean in Godâ€™s sight. The ones who refused to eat judged the ones who did, as carnal; the ones who chose to exercise their Christian liberty despised the other as weak. Paul tells the strong to receive the weak; that the two groups need to serve God in unity. In a broader sense what we actually have here are rules for Christian conduct. How do you know what to do when the Bible doesnâ€™t clearly state whether it is right or wrong and how do you react to others that do not share the same views?