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Circles of Grace and the One-Way Love of God

In anticipation of the publication of John Barclay’s book, Paul and the Power of Grace, Part Six of our “Defining Grace” series concludes with my own post on grace and circularity.  In his classic children’s book, The Giving Tree, Shel Silverstein tells the story of a young boy who is befriended by a tree. The tree simply […]

The Power of Love: Grace in Augustinian Perspective

How Can Grace Be Both “Incongruous” and “Efficacious”? It Involves Desire.

Superabundant Grace in a Time of Scarcity

The Question Is Not “When Will God Act Graciously?” It’s “When Has He Ever Not?”

Why the Justice of God is Good News

Wesley Hill on Marcion and the Wrath of God

The God Who Gives First

For Paul, When a Gift is Given Matters

I Love You Dead: The Good News of Incongruous Grace

“‘Dead, Dead,’ Whispered the Law. ‘Love,’ Whispered the Gospel.”

What is Grace? Defining the One Word Everyone Needs to Know

On John Barclay’s landmark book, Paul and the Gift