Are confession and absolution archaic notions which we've outgrown? Are they simply parts of a stodgy, old and outdated church?
Or are they still just as necessary and, dare I say it, relevant as they ever were? Maybe even moreso?
What are confession and absolution? What do they do and what do they mean?
In this lecture by Dr. James Nestingen, he covers these kinds of questions with refreshing clarity. He approaches the subject with a constant focus on Christ, clearly bringing the wisdom of Scripture to bear.
If you've ever had questions about confession and absolution and how it is important in our lives today, this is a wonderful lecture which you are sure to enjoy listening to over and over.
This title is part of (or scheduled to be part of) the following subscriptions:
by James Patterson
by Professor James Kaler
by Dr. James Loewen
by Professor James Schmidt
by James M. Kouzes, Barry Z. Posner
by American Bible Society
by James Franco
by Henry James
by James Walker
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