Grace Revisited

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Traillblazer Bookshop, 2010 - Grace (Theology) - 309 pages
 

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The following comment from Dr Hughes:
‘I read a lot of the dissertations that come and I got yours and I am so glad I did. You did a wonderful report on Grace. You have a great style that holds
the interest of your reader and great content in this Dissertation.’
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“I am half way through “Grace Revisited” and am enjoying it immensely. Before I began reading, I thought it might be a dry academic treatise for PhD purposes, but it really is quite readable and understandable. Grace certainly is a huge subject and one that obviously is grossly misunderstood by the vast majority of the Church.’
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A great book. Well researched and very enlightening. It certainly presented dimensions of grace that I had never considered before.

Contents

EXPLORING THE ORIGINS OF GRACE
9
The Charites
17
The Charites and Giftgiving
25
Intertestamental Writings
27
An Understated Perspective
35
AN EXEGETICAL LOOK AT NEW TESTAMENT GRACE
43
Dimensions of Grace
53
The Abiding Presence of Grace
77
Grace in Peter
233
Grace in the Johannine Letters
237
Grace in Jude
239
Grace in Revelation
241
CONCEPTS OF GRACE IN THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH
243
Ignatius of Antioch
247
Irenaeus
251
Clement of Alexandria
253

Living in Future Grace
91
Grace for the Race
111
Graces Provision
131
The Spirit of Grace
145
The Throne of Grace
169
GRACE AS UNDERSTOOD BY THE WRITERS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT
183
Grace in the Writings of Paul
197
Grace in LukeActs
219
Grace in Hebrews
227
Grace in James
231
Augustine of Hippo
255
Thomas Aquinas
265
Martin Luther
269
John Calvin
279
The Council of Trent
287
Jacobus Arminius
289
John Wesley
293
The Debate Continues
295
Conclusion
299
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