an·ti·no·mi·an noun [an-ti-ˈnō-mē-ən]
One who holds that under the gospel dispensation of grace the moral law is of no use or obligation because faith alone is necessary to salvation. Merriam-Webster’s dictionary
Hotly debated since the sixteenth century in the Reformed theological tradition, and still a burning issue today, antinomianism has a long and complicated story.
This book is the first to examine antinomianism from a historical, exegetical, and systematic perspective. More than that, in it Mark Jones offers a keya robust Reformed Christology with a strong emphasis on the Holy Spiritand chapter by chapter uses it to unlock nine questions raised by the debates.
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About the Author
Mark Jones (PhD, Leiden University) is Senior Minister at Faith Vancouver Presbyterian Church (PCA) and Research Associate at the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein, South Africa. He has written and edited several books and most recently coauthored A Puritan Theology: Doctrine for Life.
Table of Contents
Foreword J. I. Packer ix
Editor's Notes xix
1 Lessons from History 1
2 The Imitation of Christ 19
3 The Law 31
4 The Law and the Gospel 43
5 Good Works and Rewards 61
6 Amor, Amor 81
7 Assurance 97
8 Rhetoric 111
9 Toward a Definition and a Solution 123
Index of Scripture 137
Index of Subjects and Names 143