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Antinomian, neonomian or pure gospel?

As a lapsed neonomian and a Scotsman, this extract from Joel Beeke’s introduction to The Beauties of Ebenezer Erskine, has given me the appetite to read on. Beeke writes: The beauties of Ebernezer Erkine offers the best portions of his … Continue reading

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