Sin and Mental Illness

Wednesday, 01 Jan 2020

Life is complex. In our fast-moving world, we gravitate toward simple answers, clear definitions, and well-defined categories. At first glance, sin seems to fall into this classification. It’s an offense against God, and through Christ it is confessed and forgiven. But when it comes to mental illness, we lose many of our bearings, whether we live with it or around it. It’s especially so when we try to apply to it our simple definitions of sin. While mental illness has certainly no power to change the basic truths about sin and redemption, it can bring unexpected questions ...

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