Have you found the same push-back that I have when using the word, “sin?” People seem to generally believe in the concept of sin (I mean, Other People do bad things which could be considered sin… like murder, or terrorism), but I haven’t met many people outside of Christianity that believe they are sinners. People, generally, acknowledge that they do bad things (from time to time), but they believe they are generally good. Maybe we should stop using the word “sin” and “good” and start using the compound word, “missed-the-bullseye-while-using-a-bow-and-arrow” to add some clarity. I’ll help you understand that new compound word, and much more, in today’s Video/Audio.
This video/audio explores Romans 3:9-20 (part 1), highlighting the definition of “sin,” its global problem, and hinting at a solution for it.
If you’d like a digital version of the study guide for this section, please follow this link
Please Join The Conversation
Please share this content with your friends. And, please leave a comment below so that we can dialogue about the material and grow in our understanding of Romans together.