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      Being What You Are - Romans 6 and Regeneration
      (Paul Washer)

      Tuesday, April 29, 2008

      From Sermonaudio's description:

      In this very important message Paul preaches about those even in the Reformed Camp that have too LOW a view of Regeneration and its effects.



      (Thanks to Matt Haney for letting me know he posted the video on Sermonaudio.)



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      4 comments:

      Joel Tay said...

      Who do you think Romans 7 refer to? The Christian who struggles with sin, or someone who is lost?

      Lane Chaplin said...

      I believe Paul is speaking as a Christian struggling against sin. The main reason for this is because he wants to do good now that he knows what God's law actually is but can't carry it out. Before when he was a Pharisee, he thought he was pulling it off and didn't have any notion that he wasn't. If you pay attention to the wording in there, he is speaking specifically of himself (although it is applied to everyone) and is saying "the good I want to do, that I don't do, but the evil I hate." In his letter to the Philippians, he explains that as far as the Pharisaical law was concerned, he was blameless. He obviously recognizes the two different states when compared what he wrote as a whole. Think about this, too: do unbelievers care about keeping God's law to the extent Paul was speaking of in Romans 7? I think thinking this through will help, too.

      Matt Haney said...

      I just posted a new VIDEO for this sermon here:
      http://www.sermonaudio.com/go/pw/romans6

      Lane Chaplin said...

      Thanks, Matt! I was wondering if there would ever be video posted to go with this sermon because it's such a great one.

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