"If God is sovereign, then his lordship must extend over all of life, and it cannot be restricted to the walls of the church or within the Christian orbit."
Abraham Kuyper Common Grace 1.1.
Strikes me as lame (to say the least), but then again I'm a bit of a grumpy old man. (If Greg Baus is reading, I'd love to know your opinion about this. Sincerely).
I think I'd give you a good run in the grumpy old man stakes! I'm much gumpier and much older!I thought it was a good picture of creation, fall and redemption. It has its flaws, but it moved me!
Do you think that we can apply creation - fall - redemption to individuals?
Why not? We're created, fallen and redeemed creatures, no?
I am tempted to interpret Genesis that way; as happening in all of us individually.But what about original sin? Are we created good? And arent we a *new* (not *renewed*) creature in Christ?(Just throwing some questions out, of the top of my head).
Eh, which isn't to say that they are rhetorical...:-)
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