When interacting on a blog in regards to whether or not a believer can be in sin for his whole life, one Reformed commenter said this to me:
"This view ... will be great news for anyone that would like to indulge their sinful nature. "
I will leave him nameless so as not to offend. I am not trying to pick on him.
It occurred to me that perhaps this fear of sinning, indulgent Christians is what has driven the LS proponents to insist that real Christians WILL NOT indulge in sins. Maybe they think they are discouraging Christians away from the real possibility of "indulging their sinful nature."
Why not give a little more credit to the life of God within? Even though some of us fail - even miserably for our whole lives - we don't need to sham eachother into avoidance of sinful ifestyles by presenting fears over whether or not we could really be saved by faith alone.