Calvin on Law and Gospel
What is the place of the law of God in society? What is the relationship of the law to the gospel? What is the role of the law in the Christian life? This article gives John Calvin's answer based on his view of the three uses of the moral law.
Oh How I Love Thy Law! Do Not Handle, Taste, or Touch
The Moral Law
This article discusses the Antinomian controversy. This controversy was about whether or not the moral law is applicable today. The writer engages passages in Romans. Other aspects of the discussion involve the view of the law as a covenant of works versus the covenant of grace.
The Moral Law and Its Relation to Believers
This article considers the relationship between the Mosaic law, the natural law, the moral law, and the gospel. The moral law of the Old Testament is also argued as part of the law that the New Testament church must take and heed.
God's Word and Obedience
In this article, a connection is made between loving to spend time to read and know the Word of God as well as being able to do it. In the process it is also shown that even the moral law is part of the law of God, and to be loved and obeyed.
The Moral Law: A Rule of Obedience
What is the use of the moral law in the church today? The author undertakes a detailed study of the various views of the law in the different sectors of Christianity. The article begins with a detailed analysis of what is meant in Scripture by "Law." Further, the author provides his argument for the necessity of the law as a rule for the believer's life. This is done as an argument against such views as those of the Roman Catholics and the Antinomians.
The Christian and the Moral Law
Antinomianism – Lessons from History
This is a book about antinomianism. It discusses the conviction that living out of God’s grace in Christ is incompatible with obligations of the moral law. In Chapter 1 the author surveys antinomian debates in the Reformation and post-Reformation eras. He ends with the so-called Marrow Controversy in the eighteenth century.
Theonomy and Christian Reconstructionism
In this article is about theonomy and Christian reconstructionism, the author discusses the relevance of the civil law and the moral law for the Christian today. The author also focuses on the relation of the Old Testament and New Testament, and of church and state.