Westminster Larger Catechism Study

WLC – Q. 28. What are the punishments of sin in this world?

Q. 28. What are the punishments of sin in this world?A. The punishments of sin in this world are either inward, as blindness of mind, a reprobate sense, strong delusions, hardness of heart, horror of conscience, and vile affections; or outward, as the curse of God upon the creatures for our sakes, and all other… Continue reading WLC – Q. 28. What are the punishments of sin in this world?

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WLC – Q. 27. What misery did the fall bring upon mankind?

Q. 27. What misery did the fall bring upon mankind?A. The fall brought upon mankind the loss of communion with God, his displeasure and curse; so as we are by nature children of wrath, bond slaves to Satan, and justly liable to all punishments in this world, and that which is to come. This question… Continue reading WLC – Q. 27. What misery did the fall bring upon mankind?

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WLC – Q. 26. How is original sin conveyed from our first parents unto their posterity?

Q. 26. How is original sin conveyed from our first parents unto their posterity?A. Original sin is conveyed from our first parents unto their posterity by natural generation, so as all that proceed from them in that way are conceived and born in sin. Today is a long series of post, but I am trying… Continue reading WLC – Q. 26. How is original sin conveyed from our first parents unto their posterity?

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WLC – Q. 25. Wherein consisteth the sinfulness of that estate whereinto man fell?

Q. 25. Wherein consisteth the sinfulness of that estate whereinto man fell?A. The sinfulness of that estate whereinto man fell, consisteth in the guilt of Adam's first sin, the want of that righteousness wherein he was created, and the corruption of his nature, whereby he is utterly indisposed, disabled, and made opposite unto all that… Continue reading WLC – Q. 25. Wherein consisteth the sinfulness of that estate whereinto man fell?