Authors: Colin James III
Infinite grace as mercy of forgiveness is a freely given gift proceeding from God. As a result, if one asks God to forgive another as preparation towards one forgiving the another, then when one duly forgives another, one is forgiven oneself. Forgiveness is listed in the seven spiritual works of mercy. We write this as: If the necessity of forgiveness proceeds from God for the possibility of another person and oneself, then: if oneself, as possibly forgiven, duly forgives another person, then another person is necessarily forgiven, thus implying oneself is necessarily forgiven. It is confirmed as tautologous and a theorem as a recent advance in systematic theology of the Historic Church. The term hydraulic forgiveness names the implied progression of forgiveness because each stage serves as support to pull along the succeeding and subsequent steps.
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