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Welcome to Common Grace: Deliberations

This is a website, originally set up in February 2016, as a means to promote the Scriptural truth of sovereign particular grace, and also as a tool to aid research and extensive study of the theory of “common grace” and also what’s known as the “well-meant gospel offer” (also known as “the free offer of the gospel”).

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 “The glory of God is seen in His almighty, saving grace in Jesus Christ, His purposeful providence involving both the elect and reprobate, and His beautiful simplicity in all His attributes. The truth of sovereign particular grace helps us to grasp the meaning of many passages in Scripture and to honour the non-contradictory God of the Bible.”

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Doctrinal Basis:

1) The Divinely inspired, infallible, and inerrant Holy Scriptures

2) The Doctrines set forth as



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Notices of upcoming public lectures and speeches in the UK and Ireland:

Next Lecture Topic:N. T. Wright, Justification and the Reformation

Speaker:  Rev. Angus Stewart

Date: Thursday, 8 June, 2017 

Time: 7:15 PM

Location: [NEW VENUE!] ...
Margam Community Centre,

Bertha Road, Margam, Port Talbot, SA13 2AP

Description:
The ideas of justification propounded by N. T. Wright, a former bishop of Durham, have influenced many. What does he hold? Why is it false? What is the true biblical view, set forth with great power at the Protestant Reformation, which began exactly 500 years ago? Come to find out!

For more details, click HERE

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