Keep in mind, when considering the title of the OP that Free Grace Theology is a system of soteriology, a theological 'camp' if you will, thus the phrase refers to that camp and not to the fact that salvation is by God's grace. The soteriological view contained in Free Grace Theology teaches a person can apostatize from the faith, deny Christ, deny the Gospel, live in any number of habitual sins, and, is still saved. Adherents to this system teach a saved person may never exhibit any evidence of regeneration. Popular proponents of this teaching are the late Zane Hodges, Charles Ryrie and Charles Stanley (among many others) and one notably from the past Robert Sandeman (reference 'Sandemanianism'). Dallas Theological Seminary is well known for this teaching as well. Furthermore there is a dichotomy drawn, in this teaching, between a 'believer' and a 'disciple'. This presumably makes allowance for the antinomian like teachings. The above is only a brief description of the teachings from this camp, which are quite popular today. Perhaps some on this board are advocates of this newer theological camp? Is this theological system biblical? Can a person sow to the flesh and still reap eternal life (Galatians 6:7-8)?