This week on Sharin’ Hearts: The Fireside Bookshelf, Ginger Green examines “The Torah Syndrome” by Jim Craddock.
While the principles of law, grace, and redemption find their true origins in Scripture, these themes can also be seen throughout the literary world. Les Misérables by Victor Hugo is a prime example of this. The struggle to develop the right perspective of law and grace is a universal one and is fraught with misunderstanding, misinterpretation, and misapplication.
Jim Craddock, author, counselor, lecturer, and educator introduces what he found to be one of the most destructive forces in the life of the Christian, which is living a life under law (or legalism) rather than through grace, in his book, The Torah Syndrome.
So, come be a part as Craddock reveals the effect of the law on the Christian’s walk and reveals the correlation between the law and sin and the resulting damage when one tries to live this kind of life. He will also detail the remarkable freedom that comes when one truly finds living a life of grace, as God intended.