“The Journey Home” Sin and Grace
The papers contained in this book were presented to the Twenty-first Atlantic Theological Conference, held in Charlottetown, P.E.I., in June of 2001. The topic of the conference was “The Journey Home: Sin and Grace”. Speakers at the conference included Dr. Paul Epstein, Bishop FitzSimons Allison, The Rev'd Dr. Robert Crouse, and The Rev'd Dr. Roger Beckwith. The essays in this book present a thought-provoking look at the questions and controversies pertaining to the subject of sin and grace. As Dr. Paul Epstein says (page 1) “The developed Christian doctrine of sin and grace indicates in what way the divine freedom is comprehensive of human freedom... tremendous disputes about this doctrine have arisen, involving the questions of free will and predestination, and dividing the various Christian communions and causing rifts within them.” The Rev'd Gavin Dunbar says (page 80) “The very darkness of our sins is only known in its full extent because of the shining of the true light that is Christ. The centre of our preaching and our praying must be the ‘tender love’ of God towards man, manifested in the gift of his Son ‘to suffer death upon the Cross for our redemption.’ ”
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