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Jubilee 2012 Winter - Law & Gospel 2


Neither Generous nor Just

by Joe Boot

December 1, 2012

Examining the thesis and assumptions of Generous Justice reveals that Keller's understanding of justice is far removed from the biblical model. Justice is not a matter of economic situation; there is no partiality with God. It is rather the faithful application of biblical laws to judicial matters.


Law and Gospel (Part 2)

by David Robinson and Jeffery Ventrella and Jennifer Forbes and Joe Boot and Ryan Eras

December 1, 2012

God's law and God's gospel work together for our salvation and sanctification. We are not simply ignorant; we are the dead brought to life – convicted and executed under the law, and raised to new life by the gospel.

Law and Gospel Vol. 1


Law And Gospel, or Law As Gospel (Part 2)

by Jennifer Forbes

October 1, 2012 | Romans 3:31; Romans 8:7; 1 Timothy 1:8-9

Far from rejecting all law, Christians are to cling to the law of God that He has revealed in His Word, bringing it to bear on every area of life.


Law And Gospel, or Law As Gospel (Part 1)

by Jennifer Forbes

October 1, 2012 | Psalms 2

In the absence of a biblical understanding of the different roles that law and gospel play in the historical unfolding of God's kingdom reign, contemporary culture is perilously close to collapsing the two into a universal legal system, and the results will be nothing short of disastrous.


Hegelian Lawlessness

by Ryan Eras

October 1, 2012 | Job 42:2

Examining the Hegelian roots of Marxist ideology reveals that the God described in Hegel's philosophy is utterly irreconcilable with the God revealed in Scripture.