theology and the Christian life

Tag Self-Righteousness

Who Loves Self-Righteousness (hint: we all do)

Everyone says they hate self-righteousness, but do they? Christianity is the only religion that teaches against self-righteousness, because the Christian fully depends on the righteousness of another.

Integrity & Potato Chips

Integrity is truth in advertising. It means “wholeness.” You aren’t half-full, but presenting yourself otherwise, like a bag of potato chips. Have truth in advertising about who you truly are – a work in progress by the grace of God.

Self-Righteousness

Self Righteousness… does anyone like it?  You know the type… those who walk around like they’re holier than thou, judging everyone else for not being as godly as they are.  That’s basically the stereotype that every Christian needs to fight… Continue Reading →

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