We’re closing the book on John MacArthur’s blog series “Purity and Conscience,” but we’re not abandoning the topics. The need for righteous behavior, careful self-examination, mental self-discipline, aggressive mortification of sin, and a clear, working conscience is constant in the believer’s life, and those themes come up again and again in John’s teaching.
In the meantime, if you’d like to revisit anything John’s posted over the last several weeks, you can view the entire series here. Or you can purchase a copy of The Vanishing Conscience, one of his most penetrating, convicting, and underrated books.
You can also find further teaching on those topics in the following resources:
Next week we’ll launch a new blog series on the nature of true repentance. As always, we look forward to your questions, comments, insights, and reactions. Thank you for being part of the conversation.
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