50¢ Words of the Week, Part 2

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I started a new series on Twitter a couple of weeks ago, called “50¢ Word(s) of the Day”.  Here’s the second installment from this past week:

Mondaynon posse peccare –> not able to sin (the condition of humanity in the final state of glory)

beneplacitum Dei –> the good pleasure of God (the ground of God’s elective choice, cf. Eph. 1:5)

articulus stantis et cadentis ecclesiae –> the article of the standing and falling of the church (justification)

actus fiduciae –> the actualization of trust (actual faith resting on the truth of Christ)

dies Domini –> day of the Lord (2nd coming of Christ, day of final judgment) #maranatha

exinanitio –> self-emptying/self-renunciation (Latin equivalent of Greek kenosis)

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