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Blind Obedience Vs. Real Believing

We sometimes fall into a motivation of obligation in our walk with Christ rather than a motivation of free-will out of our love for Him. Dr. Mark Talbot addresses this topic in this question and answer session of the Living a Life of Faith and Obedience series.

This resource is part of a Series on Living a Life of Faith and Obedience. Click here to listen to the full series


Mark R. Talbot

Mark R. Talbot, is associate professor of philosophy at Wheaton College.  He received his B.A. at Seattle Pacific College, did graduate studies at Saint Louis University, and received His Ph.D. from University of Pennsylvania. His areas of academic expertise include philosophical theology, philosophical psychology, the epistemologies of the early modern philosophers, and the works of David Hume, St. Augustine, and Jonathan Edwards. His books include Suffering and the Sovereignty of God, Personal Identity in Theological Perspective, and The Indispensability of the Trinity, Modern Reformation.

 

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