Apr 3, 2016
Socrates famously asserted that
the unexamined life is not worth living. We make all sorts of deals
with ourselves every day in order to stave off examination and
remain happily self-deceived. Many of these "little deals" we make
allow us the guilt free pleasure of sin or we simply deceive
ourselves so that we don't have to face the painful reality of
grief, loss, or abandonment. At face value we are great liars.
Often times these lies comfort us or excuse us. However, Christ's
offer of life to the full demands an examined existence fully
exposed to ourselves, our God, and our world. Join us as we look at
four aspects of self-deception and the Christian life that will
help us to live more wholeheartedly.
Guest Speaker: Matt McCauley