Monthly Archives: June 2014

Romans 1: Lordship Salvation and God’s Wrath – John Boruff

The Apostle Paul introduces his letter to the Romans, with two major themes of salvation: holiness and the wrath of God:–“holiness or Hell.” The first section speaks of Gospel holiness (1:1-17); the second section speaks of the wrath of God … Continue reading

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Antinomianism: Reformed Theology’s Unwelcome Guest? – Dr. Mark Jones

—– Description originally from here. an·ti·no·mi·an noun [an-ti-ˈnō-mē-ən] One who holds that under the Gospel dispensation of grace the moral law is of no use or obligation because faith alone is necessary to salvation. —Merriam-Webster’s dictionary Hotly debated since the … Continue reading

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The Seeker-Sensitive Movement: A Bibliography – John Boruff

All the books in this bibliography are from an anti-seeker-sensitive viewpoint; the viewpoint I heartily agree with! Because the Seeker-Sensitive Movement is SUCH AN ABOMINATION! DeWaay, Bob. Redefining Christianity: Understanding the Purpose Driven Movement. Springfield, MO: 21st Century Press, 2006. … Continue reading

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What Is The Three-Fold Use of the Law? – R. C. Sproul, Jr.

Originally from here. God’s Law serves at least three purposes, which Calvin wisely expressed. He affirmed that the Law first serves as a mirror for us. It reveals the perfect character of God, and in so doing, it exposes our … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning – North Point Ministries

Originally from here. – May 19, 2010  

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Dealing Compassionately with a Love-Centered Antinomian Heckler – Todd Friel

I believe Situationist Antinomianism (love-centered) is the most popular variety. –John Boruff Dualistic Antinomianism (Gnostic) – This view sees salvation as for the soul only, and bodily behavior as irrelevant both to God’s interest and the soul’s health. Spirit-Centered Antinomianism … Continue reading

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The Gospel According to Martin Luther – John Boruff

The following are extracts from The Smalcald Articles, contained in the Lutheran Book of Concord. All of this was written by Martin Luther in 1537. Read it; and preach the Gospel to every creature! (Mark 16:15).   Of Sin. – … Continue reading

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