Mystic: Plato and Aristotle Impacting Christian Sin and Grac

Part 2, this video explores the values on theology that historic philosophers have impacted. Plato uses his gut, instictual spiritual Chairness as our approach to mystic Christianity. Aristotles empirical data, the-world-in-a-box, catagorical approach has brought pure religion. Here sin becomes (A) the evil behaviors, emotions offensive to God, or (P) the hardness of heart, self-love bringing emnity before God. Grace is revealed as (A) the Spiritual option to no longer choose evil behavior and the struggle to live a perfect world. (P) Grace is a renewed heart with the capacity to love God now. Growing in grace is journeying with Jesus and growing a relational bond - not seeking perfect behavior. Thanks. Scott Coombe

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