The Theology of Michael Vick
Confession is good for the soul. I couldn't help but notice, though, that Michael Vick's theology apparently leaves little or no room for grace. "I will redeem myself," he said. "I have to." Admittedly, Vick was not using the term "redeem" in its biblical sense. Yet in the absence of a Redeemer, he is thrown back upon his own resources. We can pray that he will come to understand that although he cannot redeem himself, he doesn't have to.
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