Grace: Is There a Limit to God’s Mercy?

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Does God put conditions on his grace - that we have to do something in order to be forgiven? If we have to do something, is it really a gift? If grace is given without conditions, does it mean that it's OK to sin? If God no longer counts our sins against us, then what's wrong with sin? Grace leads to a number of questions, and these articles attempt to clarify what grace is, and how we receive it. More
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Language: English
ISBN: 9781311627117
About Grace Communion International

We are a Christian denomination with more about 50,000 members, worshiping in about 900 congregations in almost 100 nations and territories. We began in 1934 and our main office is in North Carolina. In the United States, we are members of the National Association of Evangelicals and similar organizations in other nations.

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Review by: Hobbe Noxious on June 16, 2015 :
Spoiler: yes. There most definitely is a limit to the Christian god's mercy. If you mock someone for being bald, you just might be mauled by a bear.

Aside from that, if I'm picking up what this author is laying down, the overall message here is basically that laws are really just... suggestions. The bible does not actually support law. Laws are manmade, and J.C. doesn't give two sharts about that business. It is up to the bearded guy in the clouds to forgive and forget, not some dude who makes a living by wearing a dress and waving a tiny wooden hammer around all day. So go ahead, get your freak on! As long as you ask for forgiveness afterwards, you're good.

Maybe. Again, beware bald men. The G-Man has a soft spot for them. Oh, and don't mix fabrics.
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