Category Archives: honor/shame

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 8

Now, of course, one may grant what we have said, without therefore granting that we have answered our basic question. We are immediately dealing with glory (two posts ago, we made this step). What has glory to do with facing … Continue reading

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Cleansing the Conscience — Conscience and Guilt — Part 7

To honor God, I have argued, requires that my blameworthiness be on display (Eph 2.7). How, then, does this honor God? We have turned to the gospel of John (15. 8; 14.15)  to address these questions. How, then, can we … Continue reading

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