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Plodcast Ep. 22

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Tune in to hear Pastor Wilson address justification, sanctification and confession of sin. Then he plugs Matin Luther’s book, Bondage of the Will, and then plods on to talk about the Greek word “aischron”. Happy Plodding!

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Show Notes:

Justification, Sanctification & Confession of Sin

  • God imputes the righteousness of Christ at a particular point of time
  • status changes from condemned and guilty to not condemned and guilty
  • if we are justified then why would Christians confess our sins?
  • your sins are dealt with in a particular way but they are not dealt with in the only way
  • justification makes you a part of God’s family, no matter what
  • your justification can never be improved upon but your sanctification can
  • obedience is always better

Bondage of the Will:

  • written by Martin Luther
  • he is thoroughly Augustinian and Calvinistic
  • has a robust understanding of God’s sovereignty
  • Luther is responding to Erasmus and takes his arguments apart
  • he shows that we are saved by God’s sovereign grace and nothing else
  • if you’re working through Calvinistic issues this is an amazing read

Aischron:

  • sin and shame are closely related
  • aischron is rendered as shame in three places
  • 1 Corinthians 11:6, it’s a shame for a woman to be shorn or shaven
  • 1 Corinthians 14:53, it’s a shame for women to refuse to learn from their husbands
  • Ephesians 5:12, it’s a shame to even speak of those things which are done by unbelievers in secret
  • it’s ironic that the only kind of shame that many modern Christians feel is shame over the existence of such passages in the Bible