Robert Hamilton. “Can a Person Accidentally Commit the Unpardonable Sin?”

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Mr. Hamilton discusses whether a believer can accidentally commit the unpardonable sin.

“In Matthew chapter twelve Jesus gave one of his most unusual and most misunderstood
teachings, concerning what is commonly referred to as the “unpardonable sin,” or more
specifically, blasphemy against the Holy Spirit. While many Christians hardly ever give this
teaching a second thought, there are some Christians who labor under the fear that they may
have committed this sin that Jesus Himself says can never be forgiven “either in this age, or in the
age to come” (Matthew 12:32). Some fear that though they cannot point to a specific time when
they know for sure that they committed the unpardonable sin, they nonetheless fear that they may
have accidentally done so without intending to at the time.”

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