The Puritans on the Mosaic Covenant

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PuritanCovenanter

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The Mosaic covenant is both an administration of the covenant of graceAND an administration of the covenant of works.
R. S. Clark
This caused a firestorm many years back. I have not kept up on the issue after the OPC came out with their report. I wonder if this Professor of History ever advanced his view or changed it. I quit following the issue. That quote was cut and pasted so I did not write that. I did ask him to define his terms. I was accused of not knowing Latin and couldn't truly understand what the Reformers were saying. I agreed that could be a possibility.

I did ask Dr. Clark if I could post that on the PB. It was from an email. He did say yes then. I didn't quote private conversations without permission.
 
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PuritanCovenanter

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Oh yeah, I also asked him if he held to the subservient view some held to. He neglected to answer if I remember correctly. I will have to read through the messages again. This started over something called Complementarianism back in 2012 if I am not mistaken. We had long been in a discussion over Radical Two Kingdom theology, Klineanism, and some other weird sidetracks. Federal Vision was the start which was very destructive. The pendulum went from one side to the other. I became Reformed from a Reformed Baptist due to the controversies.
 

JTB.SDG

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Martin,

I remember your posts on the Mosaic Covenant. I stumbled on them when I was trying to figure some of these things out; they helped me immensely.
 
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