Identity Politics and the Bondage of the Will

Identity Politics and the Bondage of the Will

TIMON CLINE

Identity Politics and the Bondage of the Will

[M]an’s will is like a beast standing between two riders. If God rides it, it wills and goes where God wills: as the Psalm says: “I am become as a beast (before thee) and I am always with thee.” If Satan rides it, it wills and goes where Satan wills; nor can it choose to run to either of the two riders or to seek him out, but the riders themselves contend for the possession and control of it.[1]

Continued at Source: Identity Politics and the Bondage of the Will

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