Audio Sermon: No Perfect People Allowed

Christians will often say, “We’re all sinners.” But the way we operate often communicates something else. Within church communities there is a tendency to see those with obvious addictions or vices as among the “seriously sinful.” Others may see themselves as “merely theologically sinful.” For them sin is a doctrinal concept rather than a daily battle for survival. In Luke 7 a “seriously sinful” prostitute encounters Jesus at the home of Simon, a “merely thologically sinful” Pharisee. The scene forces us to acknowledge the way we categorize people to elevate ourselves, and the dangers of remaining blind to our own evil. Do you really believe “we are all sinners”? Let’s find out. Listen now. No Perfect People Allowed

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