How do you define right and wrong? Opinions vary. Detailed definitions of right and wrong have become as diverse as the people who hold them. People are even avoiding concrete terms in favor of more popular and vague generalities (Be as good as you can. Love everybody. Don't hurt anybody.). This is a rampant problem in our morally relativistic culture in which morality and immorality are personal preferences. Are we headed for a point when even talking about a definition of right and wrong is a mute point, because we can sum up the dominant view as "do whatever you want"? The bottom line is that most people's total view of right and wrong does not line up with the biblical revelation of right and wrong from God's perspective.One Wrong Bite takes us back to the fountainhead of humanity in the Garden of Eden, where the first sin was committed, to see what wrong really is and where human evil really began. By God's revelation to us, we can understand where we went wrong with Him, and then move on to understand how we can really get right with Him. By His grace, we see that what we really gain infinitely outweighs what we really need to give up. In short, One Wrong Bite is about getting people back to a concrete standard of right and wrong, as defined and revealed by God, in order to know why we need a Savior and how to live once we are saved, for all of God's glory and eternal best.Bela lives in southeastern Oklahoma with his wife, three children, and one grandson. He pastors a Southern Baptist church. He is a repentant connoisseur of forbidden fruit and thankful that the Lord has put him on the right spiritual nutrition plan.