[Milton-L] Strier, the Son's role and necessity-- last try
rastrier at uchicago.edu
Thu Aug 10 13:13:58 EDT 2006
"Man therefore shall find grace" sounds pretty definitive to me!
Moreover, it's the conclusion of an argument (about justice), and
would not stand as such if it were a disguised conditional (whatever
All talk about "He must be foreseeing," etc is merely special
pleading. No direct indication of such, and no logic to it, since
the above statement is meant to be definitive.
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