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Common Grace, Natural Law and Eschatology

This is part four of our series entitled Christ and Culture and marks the end of our first round. Bill Dennison, Darryl Hart, Doug Wilson and Nelson Kloosterman each speak about their views of common grace, natural law, and eschatology. This series of programs strays from the typical Christ the Center format. This project is an asynchronous debate in the vein of the Counterpoints series published by InterVarsity Press. In future episodes each participant will have the opportunity to criticize the other views.

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Bill Dennison

Darryl Hart

Nelson Kloosterman

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Christ the Center focuses on Reformed Christian theology. In each episode a group of informed panelists discusses important issues in order to encourage critical thinking and a better understanding of Reformed doctrine with a view toward godly living. Browse more episodes from this program or subscribe to the podcast feed.

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Camden Bucey

10 years ago

I’ve never heard anyone present a dual-sanction model to common grace as Doug Wilson did. I thought the differences on common grace were very interesting.

Andy A.

10 years ago

I also thought it interesting that Kloosterman said that the Noahic Cov was “thoroughly redemptive”.

Wilson’s take on Common Grace was certainly unique – but he did bring up a good point about the “back-bone” of grace. I think that Van Til’s emphasis on antithesis and the role of cg in making a distinction is the better rout to go, but it does not address specifically the examples Wilson brought up.

I am finding it interesting how between subjects I tend to side with different men. Will I be more confused at the end of this – I wonder??

Thanks again for the great program!

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