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Content On: Hamartiology (Sin)


Lesson 125: Confronting Humanity’s Greatest Sin (Luke 22:1-23)Daniel Bennett02/26/2015
Lesson 89: The Son Who Sinned (Luke 15:1-20)Daniel Bennett02/17/2015
12. Why We Should Learn from Others' Failures (1 Corinthians 10:1-13)Jeffrey E. Miller01/05/2015
Lesson 73: From the Light into the Night (John 13:21-30)Steven Cole12/15/2014
Lesson 38: Lessons on Humility from Jesus (Matthew 18:1-9)David Anderson11/03/2014
Lesson 33: Traditions, Hypocrisy & the Root Problem (Matthew 15:1-20)David Anderson11/03/2014
Lesson 68: Christ Lifted Up (John 12:27-36a)Steven Cole10/14/2014
6. Why We Should Confess Our Sins (1 Corinthians 5:1-13)Jeffrey E. Miller10/07/2014
Lesson 63: Believing is Seeing, but Seeing is not Believing (John 11:38-57)Steven Cole08/25/2014
7. We Don't Suffer without Purpose (1 Peter 3:13-22)Jeffrey E. Miller07/09/2014
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Question & Answers:

Did god forgive Adam? Did Adam ever ask for forgiveness?
I'm a little confused about Hebrew 12:6. What does it mean when it says "the Lord will punish", yet also, "when you ask for forgiveness it is forgotten"?
For what purpose did God create the world?
Can Satan put thoughts in our minds that can be used to tempt us to sin?
How could a loving God tell the Israelites to kill their enemies, even children?
Is it true the sins of the fathers are visited upon the children?
Did Eve commit the first sin?
Is man responsible for the sins of his wife because he is the leader of the home?
What is the unpardonable sin?
Does ‘nature’ in Psalm 51:5 refer to the practice of sin, not a sinful nature?
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