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      Legalism and Modern Evangelicalism
      (Paul Washer)

      Thursday, December 20, 2007



      Paul Washer provides commentary on the legalistic mentality of doing and not being that is permeating modern evangelicalism these days thanks largely if not entirely to a certain movement.



      "Everybody is wanting to do something when we ought to be wanting to be something."

      - Paul Washer






      1 comment:

      Anonymous said...

      This was an excellent lesson from Paul Washer. The "Be Attitudes" are how a person comes into a relationship with God and are how a person remains or abides in a relationship with God. I used to give out many teaching lesson tapes and good christian books to people who came across my life. I do not do this anymore. I have found an excellent book about the "Be Attitudes" by John MacArthur that is the only book I now give out. The title is "The Only Way To Happiness: The Be Attitudes". I will sometimes give the audio series that is from this book. I believe that God draws us to Himself and that God keeps us so if I can just get the right stuff into someone's hands I will trust God to do the work of salvation in that person's life or the work of santifacation.
      Faye

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