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Antinomianism & Legalism, What is the rule for Christian Conduct?

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Antinomianism & Legalism, What is the rule for Christian Conduct?
by: J L Harris

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The author demonstrates from the Holy Scriptures, without wresting any text from its context, that Christ is the end of the law to them that believe.

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Considered by some as the best treatment of this subject by an author from the first half of the 19th century. Formerly an Anglican clergyman, he came among those known as Brethren. His perspective is neither Arminian, nor antinomian. He demonstrates from the Holy Scriptures, without wresting any text from its context, that Christ is the end of the law to them that believe.

The Law has ever furnished a subject of disputation in the Church from the time of its earliest records. Some, by their strong assertions of Christians' liberty, have given occasion to others to turn the grace of God into licentiousness, because they have not perceived that the end of that liberty is service to God. "Being made free from sin and become servants to God, ye have your fruit unto holiness." "As free and not using your liberty for a cloak of maliciousness, but as the servants of God."

Christian liberty is in the Spirit, not in the flesh.

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Order Code 123015
Author(s) J L Harris
Subject(s) Ecclesiastical & Practical Christian Living
Binding Paperback
ISBN-Number 978-1-85307-124-9
Number of Pages 24
Language English
 

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