God’s Grace Shining through Law

edited by Joel Beeke

Reformation Heritage Books

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Christians throughout the centuries have struggled to understand the relationship between God’s law and His grace. Sadly, many have inadvertently neglected either the law and fallen into antinomianism or they have neglected grace and run amuck into legalism. God’s Grace Shining through Law will help Christians young or old to navigate through these two errors and live in joyful obedience to the Word of God. May this volume be both a warning signal and a welcome sign, challenging each of us to examine our standing before a holy God and encouraging our hearts to rest in the grace of God that is ours in the gospel.

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Table of Contents:

Historical Perspectives on the Grace of Law

1. The Puritans on the Grace of Law – Joel Beeke

2. Augustine of Hippo on Law and Grace – William VanDoodewaard

Experiential Implications of the Grace of Law

3. “Law Death – Gospel Life”: Erskine’s Vision for True Gospel Living – Gerald Bilkes

4. The Convicting Power of the Law – Stephen Myers

5. Freedom of the Law in the Heart – Clarence Simmons

Practical Implications of the Grace of Law

6. The Civil Law: Outdated but Relevant – Michael Barrett

7. Christ in the Law – David Murray

8. Freely and Cheerfully, Part 1 – Michael Riccardi

9. Freely and Cheerfully, Part 2 – Michael Riccardi

10. Law and Mission: A Neglected but Foundational Biblical Pair – Daniel Timmer

 

  • Paperback
  • 149 pages
  • August 2021
  • 9781601788870