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Half Truth #5: Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin

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Perhaps more than any other half-truth, "Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin" is arguably the most used in our society today. Whether you determine this statement to ring true for you or not by the end of this sermon, we hope you will come to realize why this statement, whether true or false, simply isn't helpful and should be refrained from being used. Pastor Donald uses John 8 to offer a new lens as to how to we might perceive this statement and its implications for those who say or hear it.