Tweet thread from @howertonjosh:
"We often get sins and wounds confused. Sins are rebellious places in our heart that need repentance. Wounds are tender places in our heart that need healing. You can’t repent of wounds. And you can’t get therapy for sins.” –– Darrin Patrick
Christian fundamentalism pushes everything into the sin category. Modern secularism pushes everything into the wounds category. Both far too simplistic to address what's going on. And this doesn't even factor in the reality of spiritual warfare. You can't "cast out" the flesh. You can't disciple a demon. The Bible is the worldview that addresses the full complexity of human personhood.
PRESBYTERIANS: "You need discipleship" CHARISMATICS: "You need deliverance" THE BIBLE: "Yep"
Reminds me also of the importance of understanding both "broken" and "bent."