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I'm married with two children and pastor McCall Baptist Church in McCall, Idaho.

Mark Jones Identifies A Form Of Antinomianism

At stake is not whether certain theologians and preachers affirm the third use of the law, but what use is made of the law in preaching and teaching, and whether it is presented in all of its aspects: not only … Continue reading

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Mark Jones On Antinomianism

From the pen of Mark Jones in his new book Antinomianism: Reformed Theology’s Unwelcome Guest?: Perhaps the defining issue between the orthodox and the antinomians was not whether the moral law plays a role in justification coram Deo, but whether … Continue reading

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Reformed Baptists, Reformed Paedobaptists, And The Mosaic Covenant

From the pen of Pascal Denault: Why, then, was the law given at all? It was added because of transgressions until the Seed to whom the promise referred had come. The law was given through angels and entrusted to a … Continue reading

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A Difference Between Reformed Baptist And Paedobaptist Covenant Theology

From the pen of Pascal Denault: What I mean is this: The law, introduced 430 years later, does not set aside the covenant previously established by God and thus do away with the promise.¬†For if the inheritance depends on the … Continue reading

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A Warning To Ministers

Gardiner Spring warns: Are there no misgivings, in view of the judgment, in the bosom of a negligent minister of the Gospel? Can he look forward to it with peace, with hope, with joy, with triumph in that Saviour (sic) … Continue reading

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Reformed Baptists And The Law

From the pen of John D. Reuther Antinomianism in all its varied forms strikes at the heart and nerve center of Christian ethics when it downgrades the Decalogue, which is the clearest standard of ethical righteousness that we possess in … Continue reading

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Jeremy Walker On New Calvinism And Holiness

Before I quote Jeremy Walker I wish to thank the brothers over at The Confessing Baptist for drawing my attention to this much welcomed book. Also I need to note that Jeremy does not “broad-brush” the whole movement. He clearly … Continue reading

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