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Friday, August 12, 2005 

Covenant, Law, & Gospel

Reading: Nestle-Aland 26th
Listening: Gods and Generals Soundtrack
Enjoying: The thought of my wife coming home later tonight!

I just put up two new articles at Thunder Speak.

There are few things of higher importance to me right now on my theological horizon than these three things. A crucial article that helped me with this appeared in ModernReformation awhile ago... one site EVERYONE should have bookmarked is Reformation Ink. It is a superb site run by Shane Rosenthal, who has worked closely with the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals and ModernReformation.

I hope you enjoy these articles, and they stimulate your thinking on this issue. If the Law/Gospel distinction is new to you, while these articles are helpful, I would wait on reading them. The same if covenant theology is novel. First go read some of the articles at Reformation Ink, or better yet, read the article by Ligon Duncan here. Of course, if you do all that reading, you won't need to come back for these, but, oh well.

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