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God’s grace always, always, always comes as a contradiction to what makes natural sense to us.
The phrase is so well worn that we may no longer catch how truly radical it is. Yet most of…
The reformers really believed that the Christian life was a matter of being simul iustus et peccator-simultaneously justified and sinful-and…
One of the chief vehicles for dishonesty in my own life has been my involvement in “accountability groups.”
The Christian, in him or herself, is totally a sinner while at the same time being, in Christ, totally righteous…
Contrary to popular belief, Christianity is not about good people getting better. If anything, it is about bad people coping…
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Pictures of Grace offers personal testimonies from men and women who have felt the impact of God's grace in tangible…
We are children of Abraham, heirs of a promise that God has kept and is keeping through Christ.
The way many of us think about sanctification is not very sanctified–it’s downright narcissistic.
To be human is to be two-dimensional: passive (i.e. receptive) before God and active (i.e. loving) before the world.