Should Be Heard By All Preachers The traditional reformed view of this highly disputed passage, Romans 7, has permeated our entire theology. If it's correct, then we have nothing to fear. If it's incorrect, then rather than doing good, it could be doing untold damage to millions. Here Charles Leiter respectfully analyses the traditional reformed view and states why he believes it is flawed and why another view should be adopted. It's an extremely enjoyable listen, intellectually stimulating and very useful in the Christian life and your view of yourself in Christ. Every teacher of the word, or serious Bible study, ought to hear this. Could change your life.
Jon Zeigler (2/22/2011)
from Oakland, Maryland
Great Sermon! Hi Mr.Leiter,
What a blessing your sermons have been on Romans 7:14-25. Our preacher has wrestled with this text and has come to the same conclusions for the same reasons. We didn't find your sermons until after this process. And they have been such an encouragement. You may well enjoy his sermons on the topic in SermonAudio.com. His name is Mike Friend from Ferndale Baptist Church. I also preach some... a 101 version of the text. But Mike is very gifted and charts the course. He is on the second sermon on the topic right now.
It is so rare that we find someone who will see the truth about the text in context. Yet it is so obvious.
We had a young man leave our church because we told him that he could overcome his alcoholism. He clung to errant views of Romans 7. It was heartbreaking. He would undo 50 passages to uphold an errant view of 1. Typical.
Well again- thanks. The 30 of our church say "Amen".
Charles lives in Kirksville, Missouri, with his wife, Mona and their five children. He has served as co-pastor of Lake Road chapel since 1974. He has been a conference speaker in the United States and Eastern Europe. You may learn more about his ministry at...