Thursday, February 11, 2010

Different Types of Antinomianism

A friend of mine, Les Puryear, has written a post on his blog titled Different Types of Antinomianism. I think it is in response to different conversations in the blogosphere about the nature and purpose of the Old Testament law in the lives of Christians. In one camp are those who correctly recognize that while dietary law (i.e. don't eat pork or shellfish) and ceremonial law (i.e. the OT sacrifices which Calvary did away with) are no longer in force, the moral law revealed in the Old Testament is still the standard of what is pleasing to God in the life of His children. I humbly suggest that you get over there right now and read this fairly short post which describes several different types of this concept of antinomianism. You'll be glad you did.

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