Teaching Series by Sinclair Ferguson
Why do we need the law if salvation is by grace alone? Dr. Sinclair B. Ferguson answers this important question and explains its relevance today by revisiting the Marrow Controversy—an eighteenth-century debate over the relationship between God’s grace and our … Learn More
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Teaching Series by R.C. Sproul
The place of the old covenant law in the lives of Christians has been a bone of contention since the first century. The tendency has always been toward one of two extreme errors: either antinomianism or legalism. In this series, … Learn More
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Tabletalk by Various Authors
The June 2016 issue of Tabletalk addresses legalism. At its root, legalism is an attempt to earn favor with God by human effort. It is the opposite of antinomianism, which belittles the law by cheapening grace. In contrast, legalism exalts … Learn MoreMagazine This item has sold out.