Episode 120 Show Notes
How Should We Understand the Wrath of God?
From the Show
What is the balance between being grace centered and letting people get away with sin?
The way we tend to think of grace and repentance is like a seesaw. You put repentance on the side of works and grace on the other side; when one goes up the other goes down. How do you keep the balance? No, no, no. Romans 2:4, “it is the grace and kindness of God that leads you to repentance.” In the same way, if you're not repentant, then that is evidence that God's grace isn't there. To be an unrepentant person who celebrates God's grace is an oxymoron. A person who really revels in God's grace is going to thank him for the grace of repentance, as well as the grace of faith. — Michael Horton
Questions in this Episode
1. How should we think about pluralism? In what ways is this bad and in what ways is pluralism good?
2. How should we practice the Lord’s Supper? Is it okay for people to administer the Supper to themselves?
3. How should I understand God’s wrath and judgment?
4. What is the balance in being grace-centered and letting people get away with sin? Where does repentance fit with grace?
5. The Bible teaches that there will come a time where people will practice a form of godliness but deny its power. What do you think that means?
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