The concept of relativity has profoundly impacted theoretical physics; it causes an upside-down in our moral and ethical understanding. Right and wrong is not in duality but relative qualities on a value spectrum. The way to live in such a value-free culture without compromising our convictions seems a complicated issue. Yet, the struggle is not new to us, for the Bible has provided us wisdom in the times of both the Old Testament: “Be very careful never to make a treaty with the people who live in the land where you are going. If you do, you will follow their evil ways and be trapped. – Exodus 34:12”; and in the New Testament: “Be careful then, dear brothers and sisters. Make sure your hearts are not evil and unbelieving, turning you away from the living God. – Hebrews 3:12.” Let us always be very careful in living with those who don’t see sin as an issue, for we could easily find ourselves compromising to commit ‘minor’ sins in the sinful world. It may finally dull our sensitivity to sins. A small act of deception may color our character.