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    Evangelical Obedience of the Law and Republication

    If the Ten Commandments and the other aspects of the Torah could only and always be truly kept by sinful people evangelically rather than legalistically, i.e. from the heart, as our Lord reminded us in e.g. the Sermon on the Mount, how does this impact upon the Republication of the Covenant of Works theory?
    Last edited by Peairtach; 04-24-2010 at 09:24 AM.
    Richard Tallach
    communicant member,
    Knox Free Church,
    Perth, Scotland GB

    His Name forever shall endure;
    last like the sun it shall:
    Men shall be blessed in Him,
    and blessed all nations shall Him call (Ps. 72:17)


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