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Bill Knott

is the editor and executive publisher of Adventist Review.

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The Long Unfolding Story

“Learning grace is slow and hard the way that recovery is usually slow and hard. When a bone is broken or a muscle torn, no amount of godly wishing can speed the pace at which the healing happens. And so no project that contemplates the complete overhaul of our personal theology, the transformation of our hearts and minds, and the mending of our wounded relationships should be described as easy, or expected in less than years or even decades. We may, sometimes, be privileged to discern the day on which grace first began to heal us. But it will take millennia—at least—to help us comprehend the length and breadth and height and depth of grace beyond degree.”


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