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Fruit of the Spirit: Joy

A brief blog on joy as the fruit of the Spirit.

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Fruit of the Spirit: Love

One of a series on the fruit of the Spirit, this one covering “Love.”

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Fruit of the Spirit: Introduction

This blog introduces a sequence of separate blogs on the fruit of the Spirit.

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Works of the Flesh (Part 6)

This one of a series of blogs on the works of the flesh, this one covering intemperate excesses and the damage they do to Christian witness and the practice of the charismata.

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Works of the Flesh (Part 5)

Sixth blog on the works of the flesh, covering “Factions” and “Envy.”

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Works of the Flesh (Part 4)

This blog continues treatment of works of the flesh that violate the second great commandment: rage, selfish ambition, and dissension.

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Works of the Flesh (Part 3)

Works of the Flesh (Part 3) covers how violations of the second great commandment (Lev 19:18) compromise the exercise of the charismata.

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Works of the Flesh (Part 2)

This blog deals with the forbidden religious practices of idolatry and sorcery.

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Works of the Flesh (Part 1)

This treats the works of the flesh that can be classified as forbidden sexual practices.

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“Flesh” versus “Spirit”

This blog introduces the background to Paul’s lists of works of the flesh and fruit of the Spirit. Lists like these can be found in Jewish background, elsewhere in the New Testament, and then in early Christian literature.

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