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The Vanishing Conscience Paperback – March 6, 2005
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'Nowadays the word sin is rarely used in public discourse, ' says John MacArthur. 'Human misbehavior is usually treated as a medical problem rather than a moral one. Guilt is seen as a harmful emotion and, as a result, guilt feelings are denied rather than dealt with.'And, unfortunately, the church has become part of the problem instead of the solution. Instead of proclaiming the Bible's teaching about depravity and guilt and repentance, the church too often echoes the world's thinking on the psychology of guilt and the importance of feeling good about ourselves.Audiobook --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
John MacArthur is the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, president of the Master’s College and Seminary, and featured teacher with the Grace to You media ministry. In more than four decades of ministry, John has written dozens of bestselling books, including The MacArthur Study Bible, The Gospel According to Jesus, and Slave. He lives in Los Angeles.
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MacArthur gives many examples of the victim mentality. Some would be humorous if the subject were not so serious. He also thoroughly debunks the victim syndrome and shows that a sense of guilt over sin is healthy and helpful. It's like the oil light that comes on. The light isn't the problem. It's a signal that you better stop the car and fix the engine. A sense of guilt serves the same purpose as the oil light.