TOPIC INDEXJustification (15)
Erick Sorensen
  1. Stubborn Faith: Holding God to His Word
  2. God invites you to confess the skeletons in your closet so that he might bury them in the grave for good.
  3. And when it was evening, he came with the twelve. And as they were reclining at table and eating, Jesus said, “Truly, I say to you, one of you will betray me, one who is eating with me.”
  4. Should we sin because we are not under law? How do you talk about the law, the gospel and grace in light of the fact that we still sin?
  5. Paul sees an objection to the gospel he just laid out in chapter 5 coming and gets in front of it. Should we sin to increase grace?
  6. Paul starts detailing what it means to be justified. He doubles down on the role of grace
  7. The other day on Twitter, I saw someone insult their theological opponent with the term "free-gracer."
  8. Peter is miraculously freed from prison. The church had been praying for it but doesn't believe it when it happens.
  9. The common knock against “grace people” (or to put it another way, “Christians”) is that preaching too much grace will encourage licentious living.
  10. Have you ever wondered, of all the adjectives we could use to describe this day why in the world we chose the word “good?” Yeah, me too.
  11. Over the last 11 months I’ve spent the bulk of my time working to plant a church in New York City.
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