The Bible informs us that there are three types of people in this world.
The carnal man (Greek; Sarkikos; the man of the flesh, or the fleshly man)
The natural man (Greek: Psychikos; the man of the soul, or the psychological man)
The spiritual man (Greek: Pneumatikos; the man of the wind, or the spiritual man)
Through “our accomplished position in Christ” we are ‘spiritual people”.
It is impossible for us to be carnal Christians since our sinful “fleshly” nature was crucified and has died off with Christ.
The “unsaved or unregenerate person” however, is a slave to sin and the flesh, and can be no more, and no less, than “carnal” in nature.
Where does this leave the “natural” or “soulish” man? Who is this “natural man”?
1Cor 2:9 But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man…
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