I have a new eBook coming out soon. The following post hits on one of the themes I write about in this book. To get this new book when it comes out, make sure you have subscribed to receive my blog posts and eBooks by email.
I hold to radical, outrageous, shocking, scandalous, limitless grace. I believe that grace is so free, that yes, you can just go sin all you want. (Before you get upset at me for contradicting Paul in Romans 6:1, read the post.)
It is not uncommon to hear people say that the grace of God is free, BUT… Those who say this do not know God or His grace. There are no conditions or limits to grace. Grace is free. Period. Grace has no but.
You and I can forgive others without requiring them to shed their blood. So why do some Christians teach that God requires the shedding of blood in order to forgive us? One reason is because of Hebrews 9:22 which says that without the shedding of blood, there is no forgiveness of sins. But the text does not teach what most people think it teaches. This post gives 10 reasons why Hebrews 9:22 does not teach that the shedding of blood is required for the forgiveness of sins.