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Deviant Calvinism by Oliver D. Crisp
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Grassroots Asian Theology by Simon Chan
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Get Real by John S. Leonard
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If we’re going to share a gospel of grace, then we cannot decide who is and who is not worthy of God’s grace.John S. Leonard
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Loving our enemies also teaches us that the gospel is bigger and more important than any other issue. It trumps all divisions, prejudices, and hatred. The gospel is more important than any personal or political issues you may have with others.John S. Leonard
Shame Interrupted by Edward T. Welch
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Edward T. Welch
“Don’t let religious-sounding reluctance fool you. When you plead “unworthy” and refuse to be served by God, you place your judgment about yourself above God’s. You say you would prefer to go it alone, and you imply that your unworthiness goes beyond the scope of God’s mercy and grace. You must think that God cleanses you only from ordinary sins, not from the spectacular ones.”
Edward T. Welch, Shame Interrupted: How God Lifts the Pain of Worthlessness and Rejection

“The Lord Jesus Christ Himself is my inspiration. When the dominant note of my life becomes what others need, I will drown. The needs of this world are far beyond my capacity to meet. I do not take my orders from the needs I see, but from my Lord.”
Diane Mandt Langberg, In Our Lives First: Meditations for Counselors

“Why is it necessary for us, if we are going to share the gospel with others, to love our enemies? Because the gospel’s central message is about God loving his enemies—which once included us. Paul writes, “while we were enemies we were reconciled to God by the death of his Son” (Romans 5:10). How can we profess that we have been transformed by a God who loved us even when we were his enemies, if we don’t love our enemies? The only way the world will believe in such a God is if they see those of us who call him Lord loving our enemies.”
John S. Leonard, Get Real: Sharing Your Everyday Faith Every Day

“The NT writers have no need to prove the Trinity; the comings of Christ and the Spirit for our salvation have adequately proved that doctrine for both writers and the original readers of the NT.”
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“If we’re going to share a gospel of grace, then we cannot decide who is and who is not worthy of God’s grace.”
John S. Leonard, Get Real: Sharing Your Everyday Faith Every Day

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