[M] Objection to Righteousness - Dual Nature? - Sin is Still in Us?


Lead Question for each section:

What stood out to you from the video segment? Any favorite quotes? Anything confuse you?


Supplemental Questions:

Section 1 - HCSKL 2011 Day 8 - (2:14:32 to 2:19:55) - Follow along from the last verse of Romans 6...

2:16:00 - What does the law tutor us towards?

2:16:45 - What does the law bring to light - expose? 

2:17:05 - What is killing us?

2:17:15 - What process does Paul go on to describe?

2:17:35 - What language does Paul use to indicate that he is not talking about a born again believer in chapter 7 but rather a man still under the law?


Section 2 - HCSKL 2011 Day 8 - (2:19:55 to 2:26:39) - Continue to follow along at Rom. 7:17...

What is the effect of believing that sin is still in us? What difference does it make? Why is it such a big deal that people take these verses out of context? What do we miss out on when we do that?

2:21:25 - What do you think Dan meant when he said, "And all of the sudden we use grace as an occasion for sin"?

2:23:30 - If these verses are not written about the new man in Christ but rather about the old man under the law, in general, what do these verses say about the old man under the law?


Section 3 - HCSKL 2011 Day 12 - (47:14 to 54:42) - Dual nature question...

47:50 - What's the problem with - the effect of - believing that "I am sin waiting to happen"?

48:45 - "To be born again something is dead." What is dead? How did it get dead? And how dead is it?

49:00 - Just because we have the capacity to sin doesn't mean that we are at root "sinners". What is it that crushes and silences our ability to sin?

50:50 - What root value does Christ bring us back to?

51:15 - Rather than rejoice at the message of righteousness, many ask the question, "Are you saying that you are perfect?" Why does that question tend to come up so quickly?