Biblical grace to me does not urge one to sin, instead it urges sinners to move closer to God, obey his commandments, love him, believe,trust and preach his word. Biblical grace comes upon Christians when they are free from sin so it can in no way give Christians the liberty to sin. Any Christian who sins does that purposely and voluntarily. God is a faithful and merciful God but that does not mean we should misuse the Liberty granted us by him.
The heavens are more interested in sinners than believers that is why the Biblical grace is ever sufficient unto us his children.
Paul in one of his messages addressed this issue specifically in roman 6:1-2. I can't say the grace given to men(and not just christians) gives them liberty to commit sin but it gave men such a divine influence of being forgiven after a sin unlike the old where sin resulted to an instant death.
Jesus death gave men such Grace and men has abused it, because they continue to sin hoping that the Grace abound. The purpose of Grace in the life of christians is to build them up toward perfection as they seek forgiveness for their unwilling sins.
The consequence of sin still remains death, but then God's grace had served as a divine influence for men to intercede and prevent an instant wrath of God
I do not think so. Because every religion, including Christianity, does not allowed do sin. Basically the teachings brought by Jesus are in the Gospels. To my knowledge that there are prohibitions in Christian teachings, such as adultery, drinking liquor, gambling, and others.
It is not much different from Islam, only that distinguishes Islam and Christianity from faith in Jesus. Muslims recognize and believe Jesus as a Prophet and Apostle not as God. Here lies the difference between Islam and Christianity.
So therefore I do not think that the biblical authority gives freedom to sin.
I don't think so
But then, the Christian God doesn't punish sin until the end of one's life so you're basically free to do whatever you like as long as you ask for forgiveness before you die
I’m not well-indoctrinated into the institution, though am pretty sure the answer would be NO.