Moving Beyond Legalism and Libertinism

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  • Lisa

    I wonder if most of us are legalists on some points and libertines on others?

  • Steve

    Legalism vs Libertinism are like the two sons in the parable of the Prodigal son. One sinned with the flesh, the other sinned with pride.

  • Summer Smith

    Good points. I sure am tired of being called a liberal!!!!