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Retaining the Law Gospel Distinction

A defense of the Reformed use of the Law-Gospel distinction in Protestant Orthodox thought.

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When the Good News Becomes Bad

Resident Faculty, R. Scott Clark   |   July 27,2010   |  Type: Articles

Though both Law and Gospel have commands and promises, the Law and the Gospel have different conditions.


The Gospel-Driven Life

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   January 18,2010   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Michael Horton discusses his book, The Gospel Driven Life: Being Good-News People in a Bad-News World.

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The Law is Not of Faith

Bryan Estelle, David VanDrunen, and J. V. Fesko discuss the nature of the Mosaic Covenant and the question of republication of the covenant of works.

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Calvin on Law and Gospel

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   September 1,2009   |  Type: Articles

Some of the most glaring distortions of Calvin?s ministry and doctrine are related to his understanding of the law.


Two Ways of Denying God’s Law and One Way of Affirming It

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   December 31,2007   |  Type: Articles

Because we are recipients of the Gospel, we can no longer offer a witness from a position of moral superiority.


The Law of God and the Christian (Q&A Panel)

A panel of WSC faculty answer questions related to the topic of the church being missional and Reformed.

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The Law of God: A Theological Overview

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   January 12,2007

An biblical-theological analysis of the Law-Gospel distinction from a Reformed perspective.

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