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|Title||The Grace of Christ|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2010|
|Keywords||Augustine; Early Christianity; Grace; Jesus Christ|
The Greek term often translated as “grace” has a broad range of meaning. Neither Jesus nor the Gospels teach that man is saved by grace alone; Paul is the predominant New Testament writer to use the term. The Protestant concept of grace stems from the time of Augustine. Book of Mormon prophets specify what actions are required to lay hold of the grace of Christ, a boon to be desired.
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