The Two Natures in the Child of God

The Two Natures in the Child of God


E W Bullinger
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The Christian is seen as having an ‘old nature’, inherited through generation from Adam, and a ‘new nature’, bestowed through regeneration by God.

The names and characteristics of each are outlined, e.g., “the natural man” and “the old man” over against “the divine nature” and “the new man”.

The conflict between the two natures is discussed with details of our responsibilities regarding each and the ultimate end of the old and new natures.

Finally, practical suggestions are made for dealing with the old nature.

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Number of Pages - 100
Size - A5
Year of Publication - 2019