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comment Can Grace be irresistible and still be a gift?
@Rick, I'm not a Calvinist, and I personally don't think there's a good case for grace being irresistible. But, in general, the notion of resistibility does not contradict the notion of giftiness. Understanding the Biblical case for irresistible grace is a separate question.
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comment Does the Bible make a distinction between Christian and secular love?
+1, Great answer!
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comment Can Grace be irresistible and still be a gift?
Thanks @PaulA.Clayton, I wasn't paying enough attention. Done.
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comment Does the Bible make a distinction between Christian and secular love?
Good point, Paul - I think I'll rescope my question to non-Calvinism, because I have a good handle on how they would answer this.
Jul
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Jun
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accepted How can we understand Jesus's omniscience?
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comment How can we understand Jesus's omniscience?
I thought this question might have @AffableGeek written all over it :) Great answer.
Jun
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comment How can we understand Jesus's omniscience?
@ChibuezeOpata, since this site covers a wide variety of Christian traditions (who may have vastly different answers to a given question), it is typical to scope a question to be directed to a certain subset of Christianity. This question is directed at Christians who believe in the Trinity, and specifically that Jesus is God.
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comment Why is Infant Baptism considered to be invalid by so many Protestant denominations?
Related question: christianity.stackexchange.com/q/7560/971
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