(Galatians 2:11-20) Explores what embracing the true gospel means in the life of a believer.
Compares biblical faith to the common myth of "magical" faith.
Compares the destructive influence of "false" guilt with the faith-maturing and conscience-building experience of "true" guilt that God, in His grace, gives us.
Shows how a legalism contradicts the basic tenants of biblical Christianity.
Looks at Luke 12:1-5 to discuss how behavior reveals motivations.
Discusses the nature of the radical change that occurs in the heart of a believer.
Tells why we should not "forget what lies behind."
(Luke 10:25-37) Unpacks the story of the Good Samaritan and the interaction which leads to it.
(Luke 10:30-35) Discusses the parable of the Good Samaritan.
Assesses the spiritual dangers of hiding from our own guilt.
Argues for the seriousness of the problem of sin.
Defines the biblical concept of spirituality.
Argues that forgiving is not forgetting.
(Luke 18:10-14) Uses the parable of the tax-gatherer and the Pharisee to define true bigotry.
(Luke 12:1-5) Explains what Jesus meant by "the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy."