I frequently debunk the myth of the sinful nature and speak about how we are no longer in bondage to sin.
But many people really struggle with this because we have such a dualistic world-view today.
We see physical, fleshy stuff as bad and spiritual, heavenly stuff as good. Especially in the Church!
But is that Biblical. Is it historically the way the Jewish people saw things or even the early Church?
You see to see the physical flesh as sinful is actually a Gnostic belief. But that presents a lot of issues with how we then translate the numerous references to the flesh in the scripture…
So join me in the podcast and we’ll thrash this issues out.
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I’m taking the rest of this month off from travelling so I can focus on a few projects but will be in Liverpool, England in July.
If you want to find out more about this trip and other trips I have scheduled for later in the year you head over to my itinerary
If you are in one of the areas I’ll be visiting this year and would like to host a meeting please do send me an email and we can discuss the possibilities of this. I’ve also got a couple spots open towards the end of 2014 for completely separate trips if you would like to host me.
I mentioned a few resources that might help with this topic here they are:
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