The Law is Not Faith
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Is the Mosaic covenant a ‘republication’ of the the key Reformation doctrine of the covenant of works? Inability to obey the law has implications for the doctrines of grace and justification. Here contributors ably refute attacks on the Reformed view of grace and justification, skillfully pointing us to Christ and his complete, perfect obedience. Without the law, there can be no gospel.
“Here is a serious and compelling summons to realign ourselves with both Scripture and, as it turns out, the Christianity of the Reformation, on an issue central to the church’s current struggle over the meaning of justification by grace alone through faith alone. I commend this fine book for its courage, insight, wisdom, and biblical faithfulness.”
—David F. Wells