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April 22, 2010

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Melinda,

Are you referring to Luther responding to the grace of the Holy Spirit in the words of the Gospel, his response of confession, repentance, and belief, according to which God fulfills His ordained covenantal promise to credit his Son Jesus' death and righteousness unto Luther's account, removing his guilt and conferring upon him the gift of salvation? Or are you referring to a more general response to grace in its various forms after the moment of salvation occurs?

I ask because I understand Greg to be a Calvinist with regards to God's working in the act of salvation, so I was rather struck to see you make such an overt reference to responding to God's grace. Thank you.

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