In The Select Works of Theodore Beza, Beza discusses how the substance of the Gospel in the New Testament is also found in the Old Testament. The phrase “substance of the Gospel” for Beza is “all that was promised in the Old Testament on the subject of Jesus Christ.” It is everything that pointed to … Continue reading Is the substance of the Gospel also in the Old Testament?
The Part of the Word of God called "Gospel": Its authority, why, how and for what end it was written After we are made aware of the Law the Gospel is made all the brighter. While the Law produces fear, the Gospel produces hope. In the “Select Works of Theodore Beza”, Beza writes that, after … Continue reading Beza: The Part of the Word of God called “Gospel”
In The Select Works of Theodore Beza, Theodore Beza divides the Word (Books of the Old and New Testament) into two principal parts. One called the “Law” and the other “Gospel”. The Law, for Beza, is a doctrine whose seed is written in our hearts by nature. But this Law is written in the Bible so … Continue reading Theodore Beza: Similarities and Differences Between the Law and Gospel
Tullian Tchividjian has a blog post on the Gospel Coalition website. In that website he interacts with Mike Horton on trying to flush out what it means for the Gospel to change to life of the believer. Do we now fall into Antinomianism where we can do whatever we wish? Or is Legalism on the … Continue reading Mike Horton talks about the Indicative and Imperative teachings