How to Deal with Guilt
“Guilty” can have two meanings. On the one hand, a person is guilty when they commit a sin or a crime, regardless of how they feel about that crime. But on the other hand, a person can feel guilty, regardless of whether they have done anything wrong. So what is the relationship between true guilt, and guilty feelings? And what should we do when we experience one, but not the other?
From the Teaching Series: Dealing with Difficult Problems
Book by R.C. Sproul
Dr. R.C. Sproul has often asked unbelievers who deny their need for a Savior, “What do you do with your guilt?” The question often breaks through sinful complacency, because feelings of guilt over sin are common. Unbelievers may ignore their … Learn More
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