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Two Views on Sanctification and Discipleship (Slides)

Two Views on Sanctification and Discipleship (Slides)

Jay Adams once said that, “What we do to another man and how we do it is tightly bound up in what we believe about that man.”[1] Indeed this is true in general, and it is certainly true in the process of discipleship. The first step in understanding how to disciple a...

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