Category Archives: 2 Corinthians

Cleansing the Conscience — Conscience and Guilt — Part 9

How can I face my blameworthiness? It depends on whose honor I am seeking. If I am intent on seeking my own honor (as in John 5.44; 7.18!), then I am not seeking the honor of God. If I am … Continue reading

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Cleansing the Conscience — Conscience and Guilt — Part 5

If there is no way to be worthy (cp. 2 Cor 2.16), then how can I approach the Supper? By faith, I trust the work of Christ who has made us great enough, competent to be ministers of the new … Continue reading

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Cleansing the Conscience — Conscience and Guilt — Part 3

Sorry for the long hiatus. In the interim, I have broken my ankle in the ice that Dallas enjoyed in the last two weeks. Beyond that, just the normal business of a semester has kept me busy. But I’m back … Continue reading

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