Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Conclusion--and Thanks

Dear Forum members,

With this installment I conclude my assignment given to me by the BRF about 3 ½ years ago. I hope and pray you have profited from the discussion.
Another study of the issues involved has further strengthened my conviction that the whole teaching of common grace is a serious error with far-reaching implications for all doctrine. How beautiful and comforting is the biblical truth that exalts God by insisting that God is sovereign in all his works, and above all, sovereign in salvation, having mercy on whom he will have mercy. Let us not attempt to deprive God of his greatness and glory by ascribing to him a grace which is not sovereign, but ineffective and helpless in the face of man’s will and can accomplish salvation only when man permits it to be so.

May God bless you all with His richest covenant blessings and give you the grace to stand firmly for the truth that exalts our God.

In Christ’s service,


On behalf of myself and all those who have been following this blog,  we would heartily thank Prof. Herman Hanko for this completed work and his willingness to share his labors with us in this way.
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