> In discussion concerning divine action, Howard Van Till asks "What word,
> than "persuasion", describes an action that is effective but not coercive?"
> Although I am not keen on the distinctions introduced by the terms
> or "coercive", it strikes me that the word Howard is looking for is "law".
But the word I was looking for was to describe _divine action_, not to
introduce another category.
> It is through
> God's laws that God governs the creation.
What kind of divine action is 'governance.'? Is is 'coercive'? or
'persuasive'? or '?'
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