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  1. Hearing the gospel requires an honest exploration of the dark recesses of my own heart and humble confession before Him as I cling to the cross, but I am not convinced that Kuyper was right with his idea of a common grace of God opening the gates to free exploration of the dark cultural expressions of fallen man in general. Kuyper warns against the dangers of his idea at the end of his first volume of “Common Grace”. A door gives the Christian “new” felt access to the world, but world pushes back and gains access as well. The term “grace,” is misleading and gives the believer a false sense of security. I am more comfortable engaging the world under the term of God’s “providence” (Belgic Confession Art. 13).

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