It’s time to think about why you react viscerally against it. This post updates and corrects the one at American Thinker, on Jan. 27, 2016.
The Grace Revolution must deal with this topic.
I must admit that I hesitated to deal with this topic. But now that I have, I’ve learned a lot. It was not as difficult or nerve-wracking as I thought it would be.
What’s with all the wrathin’ and a-smitin’ in the Old Testament?
I’m a believer in the radical grace of God. But if Grace Revolutionaries don’t explore this topic, some people may accuse them of hiding unpleasant truths and focusing on feel-good, sugarcoated doctrines alone.
Think about it and take it on credit. It’s about the Grace Revolution. More than that, it is about interpreting the Bible accurately.
It’s about the Grace Revolution. What does “being justified” mean? Acquittal in law court, put right in a covenant, or both (though distinct)?