Category Archives: legalism-antinomianism-obedience

Book review: For the Children’s Sake

This is a review of the book For the Children’s Sake by Susan Schaeffer Macaulay, originally written in 1984 and reprinted in 2009 by Crossway Books, Wheaton, Illinois. In this book Mrs. Macaulay presents in summary form the educational system … Continue reading

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Leper faith

But what we have in America—and the reason that the church in America is so unfruitful—is a whole bunch of people who are running around spouting off nice things about what Jesus has done for them, but they’re not obeying … Continue reading

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Number cruncher

Something to beware of falling into…

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Regarding Diana Jimenez

June 6, 2013 Dear [BIOLA] President Barry Corey, My first introduction to BIOLA was through the writings of Fred Sanders and John Mark Reynolds several years ago on the Scriptorium blog of the Torrey Institute. Thank you for your work … Continue reading

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Adopted by the Father

You’re a Christian, you’re a son of God, you claim all the privileges of being a son but you will not obey your Father? You live as a slave to your sins—your lust, your greed, your alcohol, your food—you cling … Continue reading

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Of the Law of God

In our day, whenever someone speaks of the law of God, the legalism buzzers start going off in our heads. “We’re not under law, we’re under grace!” It’s true — we who believe are no longer under the law. We … Continue reading

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When confronted with his sin

Jesus said to them, “Truly I say to you that the tax collectors and prostitutes will get into the kingdom of God before you. For John came to you in the way of righteousness and you did not believe him; … Continue reading

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