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Grasping the threefold love of God

Reading John M. Frame’s Doctrine of God I came across the following extract from Francis Turretin’s, Institutes of Elenctic Theology, III.8,5 on God’s love. A threefold love of God is commonly held; or rather there are three degrees of one … Continue reading

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The three aspects of grace

In yesterday’s blog I quoted Francis Turretin on the right relationship between grace and works. Turretin states that the status of the believer is merited or conferred upon her by the efficacious action of God alone. The question which arises … Continue reading

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The distinction between grace and works

My last post quoted Spurgeon on the false teaching of alloyed gospel and law (mixed grace and works). The question is, if the two should not be mixed then how do we keep them separate yet together? Francis Turretin makes … Continue reading

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