What is and is not conditional regarding God and His law.

Discussion in 'Theological Forum' started by J. Dean, Jun 19, 2012.

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  1. J. Dean

    J. Dean Puritan Board Junior

    Apparently a professor at Knox Theological Seminary is working through this: God’s conditional and His unconditional Words

    I confess to not knowing a great deal about KTS or Mr Linebaugh (I had to do a double take on his last name there), but the article was interesting. Note this phrase coming from the article:

     
  2. J. Dean

    J. Dean Puritan Board Junior

    That's basically what I figured, Joshua. The 3rd use of the law can be in one sense the trickiest one to apply.
     
  3. jwright82

    jwright82 Puritan Board Senior

    What effect does this article have in the whole debate between Lutherans and Reformed on the law/gospel distinction? Are both sides talking different ways about the same thing then?
     
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