alanshorn at gmail.com
Sun Apr 6 15:18:55 EDT 2014
> in 11 we are carefully told that A and E are only able to pray because
> God has already given them "prevenient grace"--the grace that comes before
> grace, making it possible for grace to be received. Calvinist regress.
As I'm sure you know, the need for prevenient grace is not a specifically
Calvinist doctrine. I believe it is common to all Christians after
Augustine who rejected Pelagianism. Holding it does not imply Calvinist
views on whether that grace is resistible or universally available.
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