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The Clean Air Act and Grace

January 31, 2017

Grace seems to be the end to which we are headed.  Not grace that abolishes the law, but grace that fulfills the law.  Grace that brings freedom.  Freedom not only from pollution, but freedom from law.  We are intended to be free—in every sense of the word.

chestertonWe do not need to get good laws to restrain bad people. We need to get good people to restrain us from bad laws.” – G.K. Chesterton [one of the most brilliant thinkers and Christian apologists of the 20th century (his book “Orthodoxy” is pure whimsical genius)]

How can we move the Clean Air Act more along the continuum from a complex system of law to the ends of grace (i.e. fulfillment of the law and true freedom)?

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