The Joshua Victor Theory

Concerning Sin, Righteousness, and Judgment

June 2, 2009

Sermon on John 15:26-27, 16:4b-15

Sermon Talking Points:

  1. In what ways is “spirituality” (in general), popular today? What are some examples? How is this different than Christian spirituality, that has a definitely Christ-centered, cross-focused content?
  2. Look in the passage from John again. What makes it clear that the Holy Spirit’s work is to direct people to Christ rather than Himself?
  3. Why does simple talk about morality fall short of being Christian spirituality? What would such a spirituality without reference to sin look like?
  4. What is the spiritual righteousness that counts before God? How do we get this rigtheousness?
  5. The judgment that Jesus speaks of in this passage is directed against whom? How do we benefit from this judgment?
  6. How can we keep our Christian spirituality Christ-centered and cross-focused?

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