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covenant of grace

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Definition of covenant of grace in English:

noun

(In Reformation theology) the covenant between God and humanity which was established by Christ at the Atonement.
Example sentences
  • God did enter into a covenant of grace bring them into an estate of salvation by a redeemer.
  • Law and gospel are not antithetical realities, but rather inseparable realities for those participating in the covenant of grace.
  • We recognised that those whom God would one day call through his covenant of grace would come from a variety of religious backgrounds.

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