Author: Ron Graham
These lessons provide an insight into the nature of sin and how sin ought to be dealt with, while at the same time drawing attention to errors of legalism and liberalism.
The Seriousness of Sin —The Bible is not legalistic, but it does take sin seriously. We look at the basic facts on which the doctrine of sin is built.
Four Kinds of Sin —About four kinds of sin. These are sins of attitude, action, neglect, and intent.
Sinning in Ignorance —If you do something wrong thinking it right, or something right thinking it wrong, are you guilty?
Nurturing Guilt —Many false religions are guilt-driven. The priests or clergy cultivate guilt in their adherents who become dependent upon, and obligated to, the priests.
Correcting Sin in Others —In this lesson we outline the proper procedure for correcting sin in others with neither laxity nor cultish fanaticism.
Sin or Not Sin? —Examines the question of whether a thing can be sinful in one case, yet right in another case.
Liberty in Christ —All liberty is precious, but political and physical freedom, is of the second order. Spiritual freedom is transcendent.
Sin and Grace —About understanding God's grace when dealing with the problems and habits of sin.
Love Covers a Multitude of Sins —This lesson tries to help us better understand Peter's statement that love covers a multitude of sins.
A Woman Caught in Adultery —A look at injustice and hypocrisy in the account of a woman caught in adultery (John 8).
Is the Flesh Evil? —Discusses the idea that the flesh is evil and whether the Bible teaches this.
God Is Not Our Tempter —An outline on James 1:13 and various Bible narratives about temptation.