Will People With Mental Illness Be Judged Differently for Their Actions?

Episode 540 Show Notes 

From the Show

On the day of judgment, no one is going to say to God, “why have you done this? This is your fault, you’re an unjust judge.” God is perfectly just and he is good. You can trust him because he sent his Son to redeem you and people with mental illness.

—Adriel Sanchez

Questions in this Episode

1. I was wondering why it is that I always feel unsaved? How do I rely on the promise that I have been redeemed? I also struggle with sin very much. How do I find a good balance between resting on the idea that I’m already saved but I still live in the flesh and to fight sin to death?

2. Where does the doctrine of the Trinity come from? I don’t see the word, “Trinity” anywhere in scripture.

3. If Christians all have the same Holy Spirit, why do we have so many disagreements and interpretations on doctrine?

4. Will people with mental illness be judged differently for their actions since they are not in their right minds?

Resources

Rediscovering the Holy Spirit: God’s Perfecting Presence in Creation, Redemption, and Everyday Life by Michael Horton

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