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Biblical Perspectives on Anger
Greg Nichols
The Scripture tells us: “Let all wrath and anger be put away from you” (Ephesians 4:31), but it also says: “Be angry” (Ephesians 4:26). Is there a contradiction? Is all anger wrong? Can we experience anger without sinning?

“Anger is one of the major emotions that a human being can feel, & is an area where the Christian Church stands in need of instruction from the Word of God.” This ten-part series was delivered “that we might be able to differentiate between righteous indignation & carnal anger; that when we feel & experience anger we might know how to deal with it; that we might know how to express it & control it in a way that is pleasing to God; that we might be living reflections of Jesus Christ.”

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