"The Scriptural reason given . . . for the Christian not being able to sin is that God's seed remains or abides in him; that is, the one born again willfully refuses to transgress the commandments of God and cannot sin. As long as this consecration remains, he will be unable to sin simply because he refuses the advances of Satan that would cause him to commit sin."
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This is just wrong on so many levels, especially when this Pelagian swill comes from Jimmy Swaggart, who had real problems with his own perishable seed and who apparently quit refusing the advances of Satan.
This comes from his book, Straight Answers to Tough Questions (1987), 76. One of the questions missing from this book is "why are T.V. preachers so attracted to prostitutes?"