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Christian conscience. by Philippe Delhaye

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Published by Desclee Co. in New York .
Written in English


  • Conscience -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.

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Edition Notes

StatementTranslated from the French by Charles Underhill Quinn.
LC ClassificationsBV4615 .D413
The Physical Object
Pagination277 p.
Number of Pages277
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5621844M
LC Control Number68031195

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  The human conscience truly is a gift from God. Personally, I plan on treasuring this gift by maintaining a soft heart and a ready ear for the convicting voice of the Holy Spirit. (1) A. W. Tozer, The Ground of Human Conscience: Christ’s Presence in the World from the book Echoes of Eden, copyright Used by permission of Christian.   Taking Every Thought Captive: What the Bible Says about a Good Conscience. By Betty Miller. Pastors Bud & Betty Miller on a Good Conscience. Song of Solomon says, “Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vines: for our vines have tender grapes.” Foxes sometimes in search of food would enter into the grape orchards and devour the grapes and spoil the crop. Conscience on Campus: An Interpretation of Christian Ethics for College Life By Waldo Beach Association Press, Read preview Overview War and the Christian Conscience: How Shall Modern War Be Conducted Justly?   Reading this book may make you wince, but the pain of self-examination is worth it."-David Neff, editor and vice president, Christianity Today "The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience summons us to take the gospel by:

  The Christian conscience is related to Christian liberty in that it means if certain subjects are declared sinful by tradition or the world or a weaker brother, then the person with a strong, clear, good, and cleansed conscience need not submit out of necessity. Our conscience stands before God, and agrees with His evaluation of things.   This volume on developing a Christian conscience is brief but nonetheless thorough and clear. Drawing distinctions between ethics and morality, carefully explaining legalism and antinomianism, and highlighting the difference in severity of certain kinds of sin, Dr. Sproul lays a firm foundation for developing a Christian conscience/5. Conscience: What It Is, How To Train It, and Loving Those Who Differ by Andrew David Naselli and J. D. Crowley is a fairly short book at pages (not including indexes), but it’s packed full. The authors explore what the Bible teaches about conscience and draw several Scriptural principles that we should apply to matters of conscience/5. Six Minute Messages. Is your conscience held captive by the Word of God, or is it subject to the whims of your culture? The world seeks to suppress your conscience and conform it into the image of the lawless one. The Christian must seek the good, strive for integrity, and reflect the holiness of our Creator and Redeemer. In this series, Dr. R.C. Sproul lays the foundation for that lifelong.