For many, it's become a dirty word. In today's culture, saying sin in public is like mentioning the word bomb at the airport. You just don't.
In Seven Deadly Sins, Dan Boone exposes the uncomfortable truth about the nature of sin. He examines its crafty characteristics and shows how sin can seep into the cracks of our lives when we least expect it. With a pastor's heart and a professor's wisdom, Boone discusses how the sins of pride, envy, anger, slothfulness, greed, gluttony, and lust have masked themselves in the "newness" of today's technology and culture and even in our own enlightened, postmodern Christian thinking. With compassion and concern, he reveals the truth about sin; but he also reveals the truth about grace. Instead of condemnation and guilt, he offers hope and reminds us of Christ's ability to resurrect and undo anything sin has damaged.
With challenging revelation, Seven Deadly Sins brings readers to a loving Christ and shows them the life He's waiting to wrap them in--a grace-filled life that is mended by love and free from the death and destruction of sin.
This resource includes a copy of the book, Seven Deadly Sins and a DVD containing six video lessons and a printable leaders guide, which correspond to the book's various chapters. This unique package is part of the In Sight Media Series, which combines insightful book content with stimulating visual instruction. This is a great resource for adult Sunday School classes, small-group discussions, and sermon enhancement.