Iain Campbell on "The Means of Grace"

…the Reformed tradition recognised, alongside its great emphasis on grace, that while we experience that grace personally and individually, we recognise it through particular channels, or ‘means’. There is a distinction to be made between means and ends – the end that God has in view is the transformation of our human character into the character of Jesus Christ himself, but he chooses ordinarily to effect that purpose through particular channels he has appointed to that end.  Read more>>

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