Re: [Covenanted Reformation] Antinomianism
> Perhaps this "Antinomian" controversy has erupted because the twosides are
> talking past each other.Greg, it would be nice to think so, but the the problem is not that
the antinomian is outrightly promoting sinful living but rather
making himself autonomous, subverting and destroying God's Law,
replacing it rather with his own Jiminy Cricket law.
>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."