Audio: The Birth of Sin | James 1:12–15

A sermon by R. Scott Clark on James 1:12–15.

Editor’s Note: This audio was originally published in 2021. 


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4 comments

  1. Buen día queridos hermanos. Él Dios de toda gracia los bendiga.
    Mis hermanos, estaría muy agradecido sí ustedes pudieran doblar sus sermones y escritos al español. Soy pastor presbiteriano y soy de Colombia y vivo en Colombia en la ciudad de Pasto Nariño, al sur de mí país. Hermanos, muchas gracias. Deseo seguir comunicándome con ustedes. Bendiciones.

    • Querido hermano,

      Tenemos una página de recursos en español aquí.

      Publicamos mucho material y traducirlo todo al español sería muy caro. Traducimos las cosas como podemos, pero no tengo español y confío en una traducción automática para responder. Por favor perdona mi ignorancia.

      Le invitamos a utilizar Google Translate para leer nuestras publicaciones y artículos.

  2. Thank you for posting this illuminating and encouraging message, Dr. Clark. At 14:10 and following, where you discuss the problem of evil and God refers. Would it be correct to say one way to interpret Satan’s “promise” to Adam and Eve – “be like God, knowing good and evil” – was that they would be able to understand the nature of good and evil as God does? That they would be able to “look behind the curtain”, as it were, to resolve the mystery of how a holy and good God can encompass evil in his sovereignty?

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