Author: Nick Batzig

No More Consciousness of Sin?

Editors note: The purpose of this series is to help our readers understand what sin is, how serious sin is, and how great the grace of God, who offers redemption to sinners from sin and new life in Christ. David Dunham opened our series on sin with a look at sin and biochecmical brokenness. Zach wrote on overcoming a sinful theology of Lent and Fasting. Nick Batzig wrote on two dangers and three duties in confessing sin to one another. Dave wrote on indwelling sin, positional sanctification, and progressive sanctification. Dave wrote on living however you want a looking...

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Two Dangers and Three Duties in Confessing Sin to One Another

Editors note: The purpose of this series is to help our readers understand what sin is, how serious sin is, and how great the grace of God, who offers redemption to sinners from sin and new life in Christ. David Dunham opened our series on sin with a look at sin and biochecmical brokenness. Zach wrote on overcoming a sinful theology of Lent and Fasting. Today Nick Batzig writes on two dangers and three duties in confessing sin to one another. ************************************************** “Open Confession is good for the soul,” or so the maxim goes. Perhaps it might also be...

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