Monthly Archives: June 2019

Antinomianism: A Historical Sketch – Daniel Steele

Originally from here. We have hinted that Antinomianism has had its cycles in the history of the Church. Its full development, since the Reformation, is due to John Agricola (1492-1566), one of the early coadjutors of Luther, some of whose … Continue reading

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Book Idea: “Antinomianism: The Worst of Heresies” – John Boruff

…a number of unsent persons (went) preaching about…much smooth, undigested nonsense, preached up heresy, even that worst of heresies, (as not striking at the branches, but the whole root of holiness at once,) I mean antinomianism. — John Wesley …a … Continue reading

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Contrary Spirits and Troublemakers – John Boruff

Do not give dogs what is sacred; do not throw your pearls to pigs. If you do, they may trample them under their feet, and turn and tear you to pieces. –Matthew 7:6– When you are involved in theology or … Continue reading

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