One is faith alone the other is grace alone? Why the need for two different terms.
I see that what I am saying doesnt make much sense, so I will try to say it this way. Both of these deal with salvation, but as two separate issues.
Why say grace alone?..It makes it sound like everybody is saved no matter what.
I CAN understand someone using ONLY the term “faith alone”, because the person has to have faith in order for anything to happen. And this faith must be in the grace of God. So by saying faith alone grace is required and implied, however this doesnt work for grace alone because it has nothing to do with what the person does, i.e. it is a given.
So what am I missing?