Tag Archives: antinomianism

Sunday Thoughts on Grace

Some people seem to think that God’s grace gives them a free pass. Count me among them. *** Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. (Romans 8:1.) For the grace of God … teaches … Continue reading

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The Goodness of the Law – an answer to legalistic doctrine

Regular readers might have noticed that I’ve written many times on law and legalism. I think a few readers might have wondered if I’d gone off the antinomian deep end. I have not. The Place of the Law Jesus said: … Continue reading

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The Gospel [un]Cut – a (short) book review

Free means free. That is the message from start to finish in The Gospel [un]Cut, a new book from first time author Jeremy White. I bought a copy of this book from the author’s own hand (which wasn’t too difficult … Continue reading

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