In this section of Pink’s The Attributes of God, he rightly dispels the notion of “common grace” by distinguishing between grace and mercy. He also combats the idea that grace and works somehow cooperate in our justification before God.
The Grace of God – A.W. Pink | The Confessing Baptist.
Pink’s spot-on opening won me: “Grace is a perfection of the divine character which is exercised only toward the elect. Neither in the Old Testament nor in the New, is the grace of God ever mentioned in connection with mankind generally…” ‘Nuff said.
Real Calvinists love Pink.
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