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      RIGHTLY DIVIDED | Episode 4: Assurance and the Man in Romans 7 with guest Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

      Thursday, June 3, 2010

       Have you ever struggled against sin and thought you may not be a Christian because of your struggle? Do unbelievers love that which is good as God defines good and hate that which is evil as God defines evil? Do you believe that no longer sinning is as easy as "letting go" and you tell other people they're not saved if they haven't "let go" just as you want them to believe you have? If so, you may want to take another look at Romans 7. 

      In this episode of Rightly Divided, Dr. Kim Riddlebarger and myself discuss the man in Romans 7, and the assurance of the believer.

      Pastor Kim Riddlebarger is the pastor of Christ Reformed Church in Anaheim, CA, a host on the show The White Horse Inn, and the author of The Man of Sin and A Case for Amillenialism.

      Here is his blog: http://kimriddlebarger.squarespace.com/

      Here is where you can get his two books:

      1) A Case for Amillenialism: http://amzn.to/cnYSIv

      2) The Man of Sin: http://amzn.to/cCXjIP


      Joe M. said...

      Thanks for posting that Lane! And thanks for taking some time to address the topic of assurance - it's definitely relevant for me and a lot of people that I know.

      Brent Donoho said...

      I was wondering if you are familiar with Paul Washer, Charles Leiter and Tim Conway's interpretation of Romans 7? I know you appreciate thier work and I was wondering if you have had any chance to interact with thier teaching on this passage?

      Anonymous said...

      Tim Conway's understanding of romans 7 is convincing when I listen to it, but he completely ignores and blanks out the part where Paul is thanking Christ in romans 7:25, listening to his sermon on romans 7 he even begs the question where at all Paul mentions Christ in romans 7, and completely disregards verse 25. I believe that you must count the context as being a saved man from verse 13-25 because of verse 25.

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