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Valiant for Truth - Law and Gospel

Book Review: From the Finger of God by Ross
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Take a moment to type the phrase “3 fold division of the law” in your choice of search engine (e.g., Google, Yahoo, etc.) and see what appears. You will notice that many people blog about this topic to no end because there seems to be many areas of disagreement.

 
 
 
Horton on Antinomianism
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Dr. Horton has posted three different entries on the problem of antinomianism. He first defines what antinomianism is. Second, he then discusses antinomianism in church history. And last, he discusses antinomianism as it relates to the Reformed Confessions.

 
 
 
Basics of the Reformed Faith: The Law and the Gospel
Kim Riddlebarger

Although often identified as a Lutheran distinctive, the law-gospel distinction has been recognized by the Reformed tradition as well. Reformed theologians such as Louis Berkhof have spoken of the Bible as containing two parts–the law and the gospel. 

 
 
 
Notable Quotable: Machen and the Law Is Not of Faith
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Now it is evident that no one is justified before God by the law, for ‘The righteous shall live by faith.’ But the law is not of faith, rather ‘The one who does them shall live by them.'

 
 
 
Notable Quotables: Pemble on law and gospel
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The law teaches us what is to be done; the gospel (if it is taken to represent the grace of the Holy Ghost) differs from the law because it gives strength to do it