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SKILL
ATHLETICISM
STRENGTH
SUBTLETY
EFFICACIOUS GRACE
EFFICACIOUS
IRRESISTIBLE GRACE
IRRESISTIBLE
FINESSE
GREAT BALANCE
WORD
ATONEMENT
CHRISTIANITY
LUTHERAN VIEW
DISCIPLE
SHAKTIPAT
LOVE
CHRISTIAN PERFECTION
FLUIDITY
ERIC MCCORMACK
BIBLE
BELIEVERS
BELIEF
ARMINIAN
STATE
NECESSITY
BELIEVER
SINS
PERSEVERANCE
CALVINISTS
MEN
YOURSELVES
RECURRING ROLE
HUMAN FREEDOM
SYNERGISM
PELAGIANISM
SEMI-PELAGIANISM
CHRISTIAN ETHICS
MERCY
REPENTANCE
EPH
LIFE
SANCTIFICATION
ARMINIANS
DEPRAVITY
ALIAS GRACE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Grace"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Grace is a necessary condition of salvation, but salvation is also contingent on the independent variable of man’s libertarian freedom.
  2. Grace is a Christian idea quite confusing to Buddhists, especially Southeast Asian Buddhists.
  3. Grace is a WYSIWYG 2D plotting tool for the X Window System and M*tif. (Web site)
  4. Grace is resistible: God takes initiative in the salvation process and His grace comes to all people. (Web site)
  5. Grace is famous for his work on "That '70s Show," a sitcom where the entire cast elevates dumb writing with smart comic timing.

Skill

  1. After quitting time, Chaplin repairs to the ice skating rink, where his skill and grace catches the eye of pretty socialite Edna Purviance. (Web site)
  2. This is Anita Shreve's most ambitious and moving novel to date, probing into human motivation with extraordinary grace and skill.

Athleticism

  1. Diving combines the athleticism of gymnastics, the grace of ballet and the concentration of a chess player.
  2. The New York Times calls it, "Dazzling!" Twenty gorgeous champion dancers perform live on stage with grace and athleticism.
  3. Combining the grace and endurance of an Arab with the speed and athleticism of a Thoroughbred; This versatile breed excels in all spheres of competition. (Web site)

Strength

  1. Gymnastics is an activity and sport involving performance of exercises requiring physical strength, flexibility, agility, co-ordination, balance, and grace.
  2. The Samoyed, being essentially a working dog, should present a picture of beauty, alertness and strength, with agility, dignity and grace.
  3. Despite its grace, the dance is a symbol of strength and power. (Web site)

Subtlety

  1. This highly stylised form of dance has sublimity, subtlety and grace. (Web site)
  2. A fine young wine but time lends grace and subtlety to this masterpiece. (Web site)
  3. An African American trainer named Fred Stoner taught Ali the science of boxing, instructing him to move with the grace and subtlety of a dancer. (Web site)

Efficacious Grace

  1. This conclusion could only be avoided by making faith and perseverance in holy obedience the products of efficacious grace. (Web site)

Efficacious

  1. The reason it is called efficacious grace is that this special grace produces the effect intended by God: the salvation of particular individuals. (Web site)
  2. The Calvinistic doctrine of efficacious grace can be understood only if one has a correct understanding of total depravity and the doctrine of regeneration. (Web site)
  3. Pelagianism denied human depravity, and the necessity of efficacious grace, and exalted the human will above the divine. (Web site)

Irresistible Grace

  1. Furthermore, Pelagius completely denied the double predestination and irresistible grace affirmed by Augustine. (Web site)
  2. He was a bold defender of Calvinistic views about election, predestination, perseverance, human impotency, and irresistible grace.
  3. They argue that the Bible clearly teaches total depravity, irresistible grace, and substitutionary atonement.

Irresistible

  1. Calvinism do not have the word "draw" from John 6:44 to use in their favor to teach their doctrines of predestination and irresistible grace. (Web site)
  2. Irresistible grace argues that when God calls a person to salvation, that person will inevitably come to salvation.
  3. Calvin taught those that God, in His sovereignty, chose to be saved will be saved by God's "irresistible grace" and cannot reject salvation.

Finesse

  1. Also look for finesse, that is, delicacy and grace, a certain balance shown in the making.
  2. She's got the look, beauty, finesse, charisma, grace and style.

Great Balance

  1. ELEGANT (see also COMPLEX). What to say when there is great balance and grace in the wine, but you can't quite find apt words of description. (Web site)

Word

  1. The synod believes that baptism and the Eucharist are "means of grace" along with the Word of God.
  2. Justification by faith shows that Walther's "Easter Absolution" of the world, without faith, without the Word, without the Means of Grace, is a myth.
  3. The doctrine of the means of grace, part of the doctrine of the Word, is a fundamental doctrine (see Fundamental Doctrines).

Atonement

  1. People are saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ who made atonement for human sins. (Web site)
  2. The necessary grace for the present probation is an immediate benefit of the atonement, and the possession or the privilege of every man.
  3. By means of the atonement and his offering of divine grace to humankind, Christ provided access to divinity for humankind. (Web site)

Christianity

  1. Calvinism is not Christianity in its purest form, but Christianity burdening the Gospel of the free grace of God with the sovereignty of God doctrine.
  2. The concept of grace is of central importance in the theology of Christianity. (Web site)
  3. The attempt to solve the problem in Judaism and Christianity with the fall from grace is no answer. (Web site)

Lutheran View

  1. Wesley also held to a "symbolic" view of the sacraments in contrast to the Lutheran view of the sacraments as real and powerful means of grace.
  2. Also, the Lutheran view of grace contributed to the retention of infant baptism. (Web site)
  3. This is the Lutheran view of grace and justification.

Disciple

  1. You know Uddhava was a devoted disciple and friend of Sri Krishna; through his grace he realized God. (Web site)

Shaktipat

  1. The Siddha Guru, through Shaktipat, removes the burden of the entire Sanchita Karma, and liberates the disciple in this very birth through His grace.
  2. Kundalini can be awakened through the grace of a Siddha-Guru who awakens the kundalini shakti of his disciple through shaktipat, or blessing.
  3. The transmission of Grace from Guru to seeker to awaken or enhance Kundalini, is called Shaktipat.

Love

  1. It's cool man, I love it." The new album, titled Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace, was released September 25, 2007.
  2. Wesley preached, "The grace or love of God, whence cometh our salvation, is free in all, and free for all." The grace of God is unconditional.
  3. The grace of which Philip Yancey writes is the freely given and unmerited favor and love of God. (Web site)

Christian Perfection

  1. First, he argued that Christian perfection is a gift of grace alone, to be received by faith. (Web site)
  2. In this state of Christian perfection, a Christian may still grow in grace and maturity and is still subject to human weaknesses.

Fluidity

  1. Kelli believes that her work with water fitness enhances her creativity and ability to dance, as both require deliberation, fluidity and grace.
  2. It uses its balance and grace (fluidity) against the opponent. (Web site)
  3. In the last several years Roger Federer has become my favorite player to watch, due to his grace, fluidity and ease of play.

Eric Mccormack

  1. From 2004 to 2006, he had a recurring guest role on Will & Grace as Vince D'Angelo, the first long-term boyfriend for Will (Eric McCormack) on the show. (Web site)

Bible

  1. The Lutheran reformation was based on the Bible and the central teaching of salvation by grace alone through faith alone in Christ.
  2. Protestantism affirms the Bible as its only authority and grace as the only means of salvation. (Web site)
  3. For instance, the Passover rituals concerning the Kiddush, Grace After Meals, and Hallel all derived from the Bible, Mishnah, and Midrash. (Web site)

Believers

  1. Thus the covenant of grace is made with believers through Christ. (Web site)

Belief

  1. Evangelicalism is the belief that salvation is by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone. (Web site)
  2. Prevenient grace was the theological underpinning of his belief that all persons were capable of being saved by faith in Christ. (Web site)
  3. Justification by Faith: The belief that one is saved by faith in the saving grace of Jesus Christ alone is central to Methodist Doctrine. (Web site)

Arminian

  1. For the Arminian, the ability to fall away from grace is merely the flip side of the individual's ability to decide for Christ. (Web site)
  2. Born, as all of us are by nature, an Arminian, I still believed the old things I had heard continually from the pulpit, and did not see the grace of God.
  3. An Arminian will insist that he too believes that the sinner is saved only by grace.

State

  1. The person receiving the Eucharist should be in a "state of grace," i.e., have no mortal sin on their conscience at the time of communion (Matt 5:23-24).
  2. Simply to state the doctrine of the Holy Trinity is for Wesley a pleasure and a means of grace.
  3. As the sacrament of Marriage gives grace for the married state, Anointing gives the grace needed for the state into which people enter through sickness.

Necessity

  1. Presbyterian theology typically emphasizes the sovereignty of God, the authority of the Scriptures, and the necessity of grace through faith in Christ. (Web site)
  2. Armstrong preached that salvation is by grace through faith in Jesus Christ, but he also stressed the necessity of obeying God. (Web site)
  3. This silence is remarkable for one whose Calvinism dictated belief in strict predestination based on the sufficiency and necessity of grace. (Web site)

Believer

  1. This event is often called "entire sanctification" or "eradication." As a result of this work of grace, a believer is able to live free of conscious sin.
  2. Furthermore, the experience of entire sanctification is no guarantee that the believer may not later fall from grace.
  3. In the closest relation to the foregoing doctrine of efficacious or irresistible grace is the doctrine of the eternal security of the believer. (Web site)

Sins

  1. I firmly resolve, with the help of your grace, to confess my sins, to do penance and to amend my life.
  2. This state of affairs taught the "heeding of the word" (Isaiah 28:19) and the consolation of divine grace in the forgiveness of sins. (Web site)
  3. I firmly resolve, with the help of Thy grace, to confess my sins, to do penance, and to amend my life.

Perseverance

  1. The Westminster Confession of Faith teaches on Perseverance of the Saints in its Chapter 17 and on Assurance of Grace and Salvation in its Chapter 18. (Web site)
  2. If the decree be conditional (upon foreseen faith and perseverance), then is it an act of debt and not of grace, an act of justice and not of mercy. (Web site)
  3. They often say they embrace Total Depravity, Uconditional Election, Irresistible Grace and Perseverance of the Saints, but it's the big L they can't stomach. (Web site)

Calvinists

  1. Finally, Calvinists hold that a true believer in Christ cannot possibly fall from grace. (Web site)
  2. Calvinists should still confidently teach the sovereign grace of God as it was summarized in the Canons of Dort.
  3. The specifics of the Reformed doctrine of common grace have been somewhat controversial and at times bitterly contested by some Calvinists.

Men

  1. ARMINIANISM: Men have the power to resist grace and successfully to resist it.
  2. The "common grace" [prevenient grace] of God is given to all men everywhere and it is irresistible, but saving grace can be refused by a stubborn heart. (Web site)
  3. Men yield to grace, not finally because God found their consciences more tender or their faith more tenacious than other men.

Yourselves

  1. You who want to be justified by identity as a Jew through the proselyte ritual have cut yourselves off from Christ; you have fallen away from grace." (). (Web site)

Recurring Role

  1. On television, he starred in his own series in 1997 called The Gregory Hines Show on CBS, as well as in the recurring role of Ben Doucette on Will & Grace. (Web site)
  2. On television, he had his own sitcom in 1997 called The Gregory Hines Show, as well as a recurring role on the hit sitcom Will and Grace. (Web site)

Human Freedom

  1. The Church of the Nazarene stands in the Arminian tradition of free grace for all and human freedom to choose to partake of that saving grace. (Web site)
  2. It is proper to say that the Arminian-Wesleyan tradition teaches human freedom in the context of prevenient grace. (Web site)
  3. The Church of the Nazarene stands in the Arminian tradition of free grace for all and human freedom to choose that grace.

Synergism

  1. This synergism is rooted in their doctrine of prevenient grace.
  2. Melanchthon modified his earlier view in the direction of synergism, the theory of a co-operation of divine grace and human freedom. (Web site)

Pelagianism

  1. In his exposition of predestination Arminius sought to have a theology of grace and to avoid all Pelagianism.
  2. Hits the nail on the head, dealing the death-blow to Pelagianism, for grace does not come to us by our own free will, but by the call of God.
  3. That’s not Pelagianism, for Pelagianism would deal with man in a post-lapsarian state and Pelagianism would leave no room for grace.

Semi-Pelagianism

  1. Semi-Pelagianism like its mother is not per se a thesis about works but about nature and its relation to grace.
  2. Thus for semi-Pelagianism, Prevenient grace was for "most" men. (Web site)

Christian Ethics

  1. Christian ethics in general has tended to stress grace, mercy, and forgiveness; it stresses doubt in human (as opposed to divine) judgement.

Mercy

  1. Clemency or Executive Clemency: Act of grace or mercy by the president or governor to ease the consequences of a criminal act, accusation, or conviction.
  2. Proponents also typically emphasize the grace and mercy of God toward all men, although teaching also that only some are predestined for salvation. (Web site)
  3. Before the Second Coming of Christ, Mary must, more than ever, shine in mercy, might and grace in order to bring unbelievers into the Catholic Faith.

Repentance

  1. In the case of infant baptism, Wesley evidently thought that baptism's lost grace could be restored through the New Birth occasioned by repentance and faith.
  2. Let us ask the Holy Spirit for the grace to truly repent, for the fruit of repentance is humility and love. (Web site)
  3. According to the high mystical theory, repentance is purely an act of divine grace, coming from God to man, not from man to God. (Web site)

Eph

  1. But the means of grace are not for that reason a part of the Church; for the Church, in the proper sense of the word, consists only of believers, Eph. (Web site)
  2. We are 'saved by grace through faith, not of works, lest anyone should boast' (Eph. (Web site)

Life

  1. Resistible Grace: The grace of God works for good in all men, and brings about newness of life through faith.
  2. We must recognize that we are dependent upon God daily for our life, for health, and for the grace to deal with all that comes our way.
  3. A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement; the next of its dignity and sanctity. (Web site)

Sanctification

  1. XII. The Word of God is also a necessary means for sanctification, growth in grace, and assurance of salvation (Jn.
  2. Careful attention to the means of grace are, for Methodists, important in the process of sanctification and the seeking of Christian Perfection.
  3. Perfection is the process of sanctification and is a work of grace.

Arminians

  1. Contrary to some, he shows that Arminians have historically held (and still do hold) that believers are justified by grace through faith in Christ alone. (Web site)
  2. All Arminians wish to say emphatically that salvation is given by the free grace of God.
  3. Arminians assert that Christ comes to each person with prevenient grace, and if they are willing for Him to enter, He enters into them.

Depravity

  1. The final three chapters examine the differences between Calvinists and Arminians on the subjects of depravity, grace, and the atonement.
  2. It is summed up by the word TULIP: Total depravity, Unconditional election, Limited atonement, Irresistible grace, and the Perseverance of the elect. (Web site)
  3. Christians can willfully fall from Grace and loose their salvation through persistant sin and depravity despite their previous salvation.

Alias Grace

  1. Taut and compelling, penetrating and wise, Alias Grace is a beautifully crafted work of the imagination that vividly evokes time and place.
  2. In Alias Grace, Margaret Atwood does just that with the tale of Grace Marks, one of Canada's most notorious female criminals.

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