A few people have asked me if I taught what is known as “sinless perfection.” My answer was, “If it is in the Bible I teach it, but I don’t even know what that is, since it’s not written in the Bible anywhere.” I’m a Bible teacher, and not a crowd pleaser (Galatians 1:10, 1 Thessalonians 2:4-6). I’ve been called by God to teach His Word, and not called by man to fill a building; huge difference.
Curiously, I decided to do a word search on the internet to see what I was being accused of teaching, and I found a white-haired, George Washington looking guy who teaches “Methodism,” which is another word that is not in the Bible. Therefore, I won’t be teaching it; end of discussion. However, if the Bible says that we can be sinless, and perfect, I will teach that.
Now I do see words like sanctification, holiness, and perfection in love, which I will teach because those are in the Bible. I’m writing this article as I am scanning over some of these pages.
There are several thousand articles, and most of them seem to be against sinless perfection, which I am assuming means being sinless, and perfect. Like any other Bible subject, the unbelievers clog the pages with philosophy, but if we strip away all of the philosophy, and all of the man-made fifteen letter words, what we are left with is one or two verses. So, let’s get to the point.
Can Christians be sinless? Read the full article on the main site www.HowToStopSinning.com/sinless_perfection.php