God Gave Them Up – Part Two
The apostle Paul taught that a society’s moral collapse is evidence of God’s wrath. Walking us through Paul’s teaching on immorality in the opening chapter of Romans, Alistair Begg points out that the same issues that faced the early church—including sexual sin—still abound today. Rather than adapting to the world’s standards, however, the church is called to uphold the Bible’s authority with kindness and compassion, because all of us are sinners in need of God’s saving grace.
Topics: Authority of the Bible, Culture, Idolatry, Immorality, Judgment, Sexuality, Homosexuality, Wrath of God
Faith and Doubt
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Lessons from the Past
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Another Kind Word
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