The Necessity of the Meat of the Law

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  1. Backwoods Presbyterian

    Backwoods Presbyterian Puritan Board Doctor

    Great article from Barry York, Professor at the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary on the necessity of the Law in the life of the believer.

    Here is a quotation from near the end of the article to whet your appetite.

    Law School | Gentle Reformation
     
  2. Free Christian

    Free Christian Puritan Board Sophomore

    Hello Benjamin. I have indeed been in churches in the past where milk was the only thing fed to the congregations. Any subject matter that was raised that had any depth or "meat" to it was often shunned or passed over. I was often, after raising certain issues, looked at differently, peoples attitudes changed markedly towards me and my wife. They wanted milk only. Typical of so many of todays churches. I would hear things like "oh yes, but we are under the new now, we don't need to worry about things like that" or "but the young ones like it this way" or "that was how it was done in the past, times have changed". Words to that effect.
     
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