> It means if your behavior causes someone to sin, don't do it in their presence. If > someone thinks eating bacon is sinful, you shouldn't do it in their presence. If you > eat bacon and its been blessed its ok, but if someone thinks eating bacon is sinful, > and they eat bacon, its sinful to them. > > You can make something sinful be believing its sinful, even if it isn't sinful.
So it's wrong to find fault in what others do if they think what they do is OK, but it's OK for others to find fault in what you do, so you should go do it somewhere else, even if they choose to do what they do in front of you. The person who leaves is the "better" one.