Westminster Seminary California

Law and Gospel

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Retaining the Law Gospel Distinction
R. Scott Clark, Resident Faculty  |   April 17, 2010   |  Scripture:   |  Type: Lecture Series, Inaugural Lectures

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

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

The Gospel-Driven Life
Michael S. Horton, Resident Faculty  |   January 18, 2010   |  Scripture:   |  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 D. Estelle, David M. VanDrunen, J. V. Fesko, Resident Faculty  |   November 15, 2009   |  Scripture:   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

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

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


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