Tags: Sanctification

UNFILTERED #129 The Struggle Is Real – Progressive Sanctification
23 May

UNFILTERED #129 The Struggle Is Real – Progressive Sanctification

You’re not crazy. Contrary to a pietistic understanding the struggle of sin lasts deep into the Christian life. This is because sin runs deeper than we imagine. How has our understanding of progressive sanctification confused our view of sin’s effects? How does it differ from the consistent view in the confessions?

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#96 You’re Not Crazy
04 Oct

#96 You’re Not Crazy

“No… you’re not crazy.”  The boys deliver this message pretty regularly to those Christians who’ve begun to notice the contradictions within Evangelicalism. Faithfulness has replaced faith. Moralism has replaced the Gospel. Improvement has supplanted redemption.  How did things ever become so convoluted?

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Preaching the Epistle to the Romans: Having Traveled So Far I Have Arrived Where I Started
27 Jun

Preaching the Epistle to the Romans: Having Traveled So Far I Have Arrived Where I Started

I wrote this little piece on April 15th, 2015 barely weeks into my exposition of Romans. I tucked it away as a sort of theological time capsule. But, unlike real time capsules intended document changes that have occurred over time, once this essay was exhumed, I discovered no time had passed and nothing had changed…....

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The Biblical and Historical Problems with Spiritual Disciplines Part 3
22 Mar

The Biblical and Historical Problems with Spiritual Disciplines Part 3

My previous two articles have focused on Roman Catholic theology and its slow entry back into mainstream Christianity. Until the 1970’s, it was difficult to find any popular materials or teachers speaking on the subject of spiritual disciplines. Research uncovers that Richard Foster, Dallas Willard and Don Whitney are the three most influential writers/teachers to…...

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Depression, Sin & Self-Reformation
13 Jan

Depression, Sin & Self-Reformation

One of the dominate features of pietism – that methodology which mainly concerns itself with the interior of the Christian life, or how Christians live – is the penchant for emphasizing the behavioral effects of sin (morals) at the near exclusion of the corporate effects of sin (state). Obviously, how we are (morals) is being…...

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