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Sin & Grace Roundtable

Michael Horton, Roger Olson, and John Bombaro

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God's fatherly discipline is gracious to us and to our brothers and sisters who are affected by our continuing struggle with sin and error.

We all know the saying, "iron sharpens iron," and Modern Reformation roundtable discussions provide just such an opportunity. For this discussion we asked three serious students of Scripture—one Reformed, one Arminian, and one Lutheran—to put their toughest questions to each other on the topic of sin and grace. The following is a record of their interaction.

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Issue: "Choosing Grace" Jan./Feb. 2012 Vol. 21 No. 1 Page number(s): 36-41

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