Tag Archives: General Revelation

Do you understand common grace?

How do we remain serious about lines between belief and unbelief (between those who live in the boundaries of saving grace and those who do not), while at the same time showing active appreciation for all that is good, beautiful and outside of those boundaries? Continue reading

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3 tough questions for the Church

How do we treat with utmost seriousness the lines between belief and unbelief, between those who live within the boundaries of saving grace and those who do not, while at the same time remaining open to (with active appreciation for) all that is good, beautiful and true outside of those boundaries? Continue reading

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Knowledge of God accessible to all people

The pastor was 20 years old.He was introducing his sermon to his chapel in England with these words: “Would you lose your sorrows?Would you drown your cares?Then go, plunge yourself into the Godhead’s deepest sea; Be lost in His immensity.And … Continue reading

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