After the long summer “community building” break I am excited to be taking up where left off on our trek through the Book of Ephesians.
To date we have covered: Instead of lying; speak truth, instead of outbursts of wrath; righteous anger, and instead of stealing; working and contributing to the church body.
- What exactly is meant by the phrase “corrupting talk”?
- Is Paul saying that Christians should never speak words of rebuke or correction?
- Are we to avoid any talk that might result in someone’s feelings getting hurt or someone being offended?
- What is “positive confession” theology and what if anything is wrong with it?