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Good Videos (RC Sproul) January 6, 2008

Posted by Jeremy in Thoughts and Theology, Videos.
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Below are three videos that I thought were pretty good and that some of you might enjoy watching. I will post on some other peoples videos from time to time when I get a collection of good ones.

Justification and Imputed Righteousness (RC Sproul)

According to His Choice, Not Our Works (RC Sproul)

Christ The Only Way (RC Sproul)

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1. andy - January 11, 2008

I like that first one expecially, it made e think more about the original imputation of my sins to Christ, not just Christ’s righteousness to me. Do we tend to focus on the latter and forget the first? If so, is that ok?

2. Jeremy - January 13, 2008

I think it’s important for us to spend time on the imputation of our sins to Christ not just Christ’s righteousness to us. Without the former we would not have a complete view of the gospel. I think it reminds us of what we are saved from and that our sins demand a payment and without the imputation of my sin to Christ I would have so chance. It reminds us that it was our sins that crucified him to that cross so that we would be able to have a relationship with God. It also saws that our sin has a consequence, it has to be atoned for

3. Lionel Woods - January 21, 2008

I always wanted to see what Brother Sproul’s chalk board looked like. He comes on at 6:30 Texas time and I always here him beating up that Chalk Board.

4. Jeremy - January 21, 2008

yeah, I know exactly what you’re talking about…I grew up listening to his tapes and hearing the same thing. I saw him in high school at a conference in Virginia and sure enough he had the caulk board with him, I had a good laugh.

5. Chris Norman - January 26, 2008

Thanx Jeremy, it was very refreshing.

Justification and Imputation is something that I rarely hear about and yet it is the core of the gospel.

As far as spending more time on one or the other… i usually feel the weight of my sins onto Christ, but I need to reflect deeper and deeper of Christ’s righteousness onto me.


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