"Grace is so freaking big that it makes us uncomfortable. It should make us look antinomian. Not for the sake of shock or sentimentalism, but because Jesus proclaimed no less. He did not die for a grace-in-most-cases. It was not for grace just-in-case. He died for the total absolute pulverizing of all our hideous flailing stupidity: that even the most messed up of us can never be found too late in Him."
— J.S. Park