Charles C. Ryrie Quotes

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Charles C. Ryrie quotes: One of my former teachers repeatedly reminded us that an imbalance in theology was the same as doctrinal insanity. One of my former teachers repeatedly reminded us that an imbalance in theology was the same as doctrinal insanity.
Charles C. Ryrie quotes: Spirituality is a grownup yet growing relation to the Holy Spirit. Spirituality is a grownup yet growing relation to the Holy Spirit.
Charles C. Ryrie quotes: A new Christian cannot be called spiritual, simply because he has not had sufficient time to grow and develop in Christian knowledge and experience. A new Christian cannot be called spiritual, simply because he has not had sufficient time to grow and develop in Christian knowledge and experience.
Charles C. Ryrie quotes: The Bible is the greatest of all books; to study it is the noblest of all pursuits; to understand it, the highest of all goals. The Bible is the greatest of all books; to study it is the noblest of all pursuits; to understand it, the highest of all goals.
Charles C. Ryrie quotes: The second is the Word of God used in the life to affect all its parts (notice that soul, spirit, body, and heart are all mentioned in Heb. 4:12). The second is the Word of God used in the life to affect all its parts (notice that soul, spirit, body, and heart are all mentioned in Heb. 4:12).
Charles C. Ryrie quotes: In the Hebrews passage three preventives are listed for a calloused Christian heart. The first is daily exhortation of one another (3:13). In the Hebrews passage three preventives are listed for a calloused Christian heart. The first is daily exhortation of one another (3:13).
Charles C. Ryrie quotes: To be filled with the Spirit means to be controlled by To be filled with the Spirit means to be controlled by
Charles C. Ryrie quotes: In other words, the death to sin of Romans 6 is a separation from the power of the sin nature to cause the believer to continue in sin. It In other words, the death to sin of Romans 6 is a separation from the power of the sin nature to cause the believer to continue in sin. It
Charles C. Ryrie quotes: The solution to the problems of the church today lies in solving the problems of individual Christians, and the remedy is a person - the Holy Spirit. The solution to the problems of the church today lies in solving the problems of individual Christians, and the remedy is a person - the Holy Spirit.
Charles C. Ryrie quotes: There could be no such experience if death means extinction or cessation. Death always means separation, and it does in Romans 6 as well. There could be no such experience if death means extinction or cessation. Death always means separation, and it does in Romans 6 as well.
Charles C. Ryrie quotes: By wholesome I mean balanced. There is nothing more devastating to the practice of spiritual living than an imbalance. By wholesome I mean balanced. There is nothing more devastating to the practice of spiritual living than an imbalance.