The increasing tendency to reclassify moral failures as “mental disorders” is troubling. Here’s why Christians must resist the pressure to diminish moral guilt.

When students confess pornography addiction to me, I point them to the necessity of accountability, the importance of counseling, and other strategies that can help them overcome this bondage.

But I also encourage them to repent, to confess their deeper bondage to sin–a bondage that started with a moral failure, the choice to click and to click again, and to click again.

via Sin or Sickness?: We Need Deliverance, Not Just Diagnosis

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Sin or Sickness?: We Need Deliverance, Not Just Diagnosis

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