The Temptation of the Flesh as Vice

From Talbot Chapels: Spring 2014

Dr. John Coe speaks about the temptation of vice that Paul writes about in Galatians. He explains that the will was never intended to continually overcome sin and so it cannot. Rather, it is the character of a person that will establish a consistent rejection of vice. Dr. Coe shares that, since character can only be transformed by Christ, Christians must continually submit their broken desires to God rather than try to fix them on their own.

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  • John H Coe  

    • Professor of Philosophy and Spiritual Theology
    • Director of the Institute for Spiritual Formation

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