Sin Series Recap

Posted On April 7, 2015

sin-shorterOver the month of March, we considered the topic of sin here at Servants of Grace. As we’ve looked at this topic, I’ve received a number of email’s and responses to this series in particular on how helpful it was. I appreciate those comments. We aim with each series to be biblical, personal, and practical.

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.

Since the topic of sin is by and large neglected in the Church today—we wanted to focus a whole month on this topic, not only for the benefits of our readers, but to think through this particular topic for our own lives as well. As we conclude this series with this recap, I want to encourage you—if you missed any of these posts—check them out, or revisit them if you haven’t read any of them.

I hope this series has (or will) encouraged you, exalted in Jesus, and helped you grow in the discipline of holiness through the grace of God.

Here are the articles in order:

1) Sin and Biochemical Brokenness by David Dunham

2) Overcoming a Sinful Theology of Lent And Fasting by Zach Barnhart

3) Two Dangers and Three Duties in Confessing Sin to One Another by Nick Batzig

4)  Indwelling Sin, Positional Sanctification, and Progressive Sanctification by Dave Jenkins

5) Living However You Want: A Look at Romans 6:1-2 by Dave Jenkins

6) The Biblical Evidence for Original Sin by Matt Perman

7) Four Thoughts on How Sin Does Its Work by Brian Hedges

8) Seven Ways to Wage War against Sin by Chris Poblete

9) Can Sin Exist in the Church? by Matthew Fretwell

10) Sin is No Friend by Jason Helopoulos

11) Series Killers, Hiding Sins, and the Glorious Hope of Forgiveness in Christ by Kevin Halloran

12) How To Walk In the Light and Deal with the Sin of Hatred by Mike Boiling

13) Despising and Embracing Temptation by Zach Barnhart

14) The Contagion of Sin by Brian hedges

15) Mortification: Seven Phases Along the Sin-Killing Continuum by Thaddaeus Williams

16) No More Conscious of Sin by Nick Batzig

17) The Imputation of Christ by Matt Perman

18) Crucified with Christ: How the Cross Kills Sin by Brian Hedges

19) What is the Biblical Evidence for the Imputation of Adam’s Sin? by Matt Perman

20) Envy by Mike Leake

21) Fleeing Worldliness and Pursuing Christ by Dave Jenkins

22) Dealing with Unrighteous and Righteous Anger in Our Lives by Dave Jenkins

23) What is the Difference Between Original Sin and Imputed Sin? by Matt Perman

24) Twenty-Six Recommended Books on Sin by Dave Jenkins

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