Uncommon Grace
April 17, 2012, 12:46 pm
Filed under: Common Grace

written by Mark Mcculley

Those who teach that Christ died for everyone are profaning the blood of Christ. But these false teachers cannot change either the justice or the sovereign effectiveness of the cross, for even their false teaching has been ordained by the same God who designed the glorious death of Christ. It does not follow that we who believe the true gospel have no purpose or need to refute the false teaching. Our prayer is that we ourselves have been predestined to expose any and all attempts to make Christ’s death common. Continue reading

Grace Not Common
April 17, 2012, 12:17 pm
Filed under: Common Grace

written by Scott Price

“That sin hath reigned unto death, even so might grace reign through righteousness unto eternal life by Jesus Christ our Lord.” Romans 5:21

God gives His people grace based on the one and only foundation of the Person and work of the Lord Jesus Christ, who being God in the flesh, established a perfect, everlasting righteousness by  paying the penalty and curse of the law in His death and made a complete atonement and satisfaction for all the demands of God’s holiness. Continue reading

Common Grace or Gay Pride Tactics
April 16, 2012, 2:11 pm
Filed under: Common Grace

written by David Bishop

R. Scott Clark has an article posted on Sproul’s Ligonier website entitled, For God So Loved the World.  In his article, he defines common grace as just another way of speaking about what has been traditionally called providence.

But Clark’s definition reeks of the tactic used by the homosexuals in their fight to legalize gay marriage. When this nation held a referendum a few years ago and overwhelmingly voted to define marriage as union between one man and one woman, the homosexuals responded by changing the terminology without altering the definition. They began talking about something they called “civil unions”, which they assured us, was not the same thing as marriage. Continue reading