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The Five Forms of Grace: An Introduction

by Abi Olowe

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Grace Theological Institute series delves deeply into the Grace of God in all of its manifestations. There are five forms of grace. None of them can be ignored. To be fully equiped, all the five forms should be understood by believers and non-believers. Tome 1 of the Grace Theological Institute series is expected to wet our appetite and prepare our minds before reading the individual form of grace in the next three Tomes. There are some important basic concepts that need to be grasped in order to easily understand some of the ideas in other Tomes. This book starts with the introduction of God, the source of the five forms of grace. The attributes of God that constitute His grace and His sovereignty are examined. We also examine some misconceptions about God.

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