The root of our objections to the complete and total grace of God

Even some of the Lutherans in the class had a bit of trouble with this one. 

A couple of times during the class Pastor Mark asked the question, “You still want to be a Lutheran?”

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click >The root of the Old Adam’s resistance to unconditional grace

 

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Thanks for the class, Pastor Mark.

And thanks to flickr and Michelle.oliveira82, for the photo.

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7 Responses

  1. Outstanding! Post this on The Gospel Coalition Steve!

  2. Will do, Mitchell.

    Thanks for tuning in. Pass it along, my friend.

  3. Hi Steve,

    At last the penny dropped – you are “theoldadam” (I always wondered who this could be…). I really enjoyed to listen to Pastor Mark. It was both profound Lutheran theology and exhilarating ear candy (grin chuckle laugh).

    Thanks!
    God bless you (and Mitchell as well!)

  4. Thanks, Susanne!

    I always enjoy your comments ovet at The Gospel Coalition.

    It’s a pleasure to have you drop in here. You are always welcome, my friend.

    God bless!

  5. Hi Steve,

    The pleasure is all mine.

    God bless

  6. Amen! Amen! Amen! Pastor Mark hits it spot on! Sounds a lot Tim Kellerish to me.

    I need to re-read Luthers Bondage of the will soon!

  7. Wait. Monastic ladder climbing! Got to remember that one! 🙂

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