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  1. scottmaciver
    There's a distinction in the sense that believers, apart from the righteousness of Christ imputed to us, would be deserving of eternal punishment. However, having received Christ's righteousness in actuality, by faith alone, God views us as...
  2. Ask Mr. Religion
    The point of my questions below is to understand the narrow definition offered as to what grace means. No one disputes "unmerited favor". What I am asking about is the linkage to "deserve eternal punishment". This seems to imply that the graces I...
  3. Ask Mr. Religion
    Nicely done! You write: "Grace is therefore God’s unmerited favour towards those who deserve his eternal punishment" What of the means of grace available to us in the preaching of the word, the sacraments? How is that grace distinguished from...