Until Jesus returns to reign and rule over all things to the glory of the Father, Christians will find themselves living under two different forms and expressions of authority. Jesus addressed this head on saying: “Therefore render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.” (Matthew 22:21 ESV)Continue reading “Render Unto Caesar”
As long as the church has existed it appears that there have been some people making too much of the law and some people making too little. The Apostle Paul spent a great deal of his time pushing back against those who were making too much of the law. To the Galatians he said thingsContinue reading “The Path Between Legalism And Antinomianism”
There are few things more confusing to the average Christian than the question of how he or she should relate to the Old Testament Law.
Theonomy did not exist prior to 1970, according to Gary North, one of the generally recognized founders of the movement. It does however credibly trace its roots to certain strains within English and American Puritanism as well as various offshoots of 20th century neo-Calvinism associated generally with Abraham Kuyper, though Kuyper himself was no theonomist.Continue reading “Why I Am Not A Theonomist”