Re: [Covenanted Reformation] Antinomianism
- Excellent post. I emphatically agree with the sentiments put forward
here. A consistent stipulated usage of "law" or "Law" would do much
to obviate the rancor that is developing between all parties
involved in this dispute.
--Chris Tylor (RPNA)
--- In covenantedreformationclub@y..., Crown Rights Book Company
> Brethren,sides are
> Perhaps this "Antinomian" controversy has erupted because the two
> talking past each other. The heresy of Antinomianism, and itsremedy, is
> defined in Scripture as follows:<snip>
>For those who would like to look at a link on those covenanters that were
> Hello Tom,
> You're very close: "Liberty is an inestimable thing."
> >Hope ya like it here, although you have come in on the tail end of a
> >discussion of the Reformed Presbytery's Testimony against Negro
> >Slavery (many of Scotland's finest sons & daughters were sold into
> >slavery during the overthrow of our Covenanted Reformation), and
> >against participating in the war on either side.
> Sorry I missed it. That is one subject that I find keenly interesting.
martyred or sold into slavery
"Create in me a clean heart O God; and renew a right spirit within me."