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Co-belligerence and common grace: can the enemy of my enemy be my friend?
Daniel Strange, September 2005 6 comments
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Co-belligerence describes the activity of Christians working together with non-Christians for a common political, economic or cultural cause. This paper explores one biblical argument on the legitimacy of co-belligerence: the doctrine of 'common grace'. While common grace can offer a stable foundation for co-belligerence, such activity is not straightforward, and calls for careful reflection, discernment and wisdom.
Category: Cambridge Papers
Keywords: Lifestyle Issues
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