Concerning Christian freedom, many mistakenly tend toward either too much license or too many rules. Either extreme can severely inhibit our walk with Christ and our usefulness in God’s Kingdom. Writing to the Corinthians, Paul outlined the ground rules for our freedom, noting that while all things may be permissible, not all things are profitable for ourselves or for others. Alistair Begg reviews these ground rules and provides a set of questions to ask ourselves when determining how to exercise our Christian freedom.
Write a review for Ground Rules for Christian Freedom, Part OneSign In
No product reviews yet.