What is the nature of the human will in terms of its freedom or lack of freedom? How much power does it wield over the whole human being? This article attempts to answer these questions, highlighting in the process the natural inclination of the human will with regard to sin and God's righteousness. One observation made is that the sinner is free but only in the direction of sin.
What is freedom? True and real freedom is freedom from the power of sin. This article argues that this is what God gives us through sanctification. The struggle between the new man and old man is explained, as is the comfort the believer has in knowing that he will be totally free from the dominion of sin.
True freedom can only be experienced once we are freed from sin and made slaves to Christ. This article shows how such freedom flows to bring freedom in the community.
The temptation exists for Christians to develop a dualistic approach to life and separate themselves when facing an environment hostile to them. In this article the author shows that Christians should be involved in this world and culture because the Triune God is involved in it. They must prove to be good soldiers for Christ in this world and they must also live in freedom to enjoy God's creation.
This article shows how Christian women can enjoy the freedom from their sins that they receive in Christ by learning to live a life that is pleasing to Christ. This frees them from any pressure to impress or false guilt, and allows them to live out their calling at home and church.