Theological Term of the Week: Impeccability of Christ

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This week’s term: Impeccability of Christ: The truth that Jesus Christ was not only innocent of sin, but incapable of sinning. That is to say, He was not, as is fallen man, a sinner by nature, making Him capable of committing the acts properly identified as sin. 

Last week’s term: Temptation of Christ – The truth that Jesus suffered all the objective assaults that Satan ever hurls upon any man, but that He, not being a fallen creature, was never subjectively tempted. That is to say, He never felt any impulse or inclination to yield to Satan’s invitations.

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