The fourth section of our latest book - The Works and Letters of Cleve Brantley - is The Grace of God, An exposition of the fifteenth chapter of the Gospel according to Luke.
An excerpt: "Grace is beauty. In modern usage the word has been prostituted to other meanings. But in ancient thought and usage grace has no other meaning than beauty. Grace is beauty in thought, purpose, or action. The Grace of God is his thought, purpose, and action on the behalf of his creation. As to his people, grace is God’s divine election. Theologians tend to present the sterner side of election and, for the most part, miss its pure beauty. God’s election of grace or election of beauty is what is presented here."
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