Category: X. Antinomianism

Man’s Inability to Keep the Moral Law by Thomas Watson

Man’s Inability to keep the Moral Law by Thomas Watson An Excerpt From His Work Titled: The Ten Commandments Is any man able perfectly to keep the commandments of God? No mere man, since the fall, is able in this life perfectly to keep the commandments of God, but does daily break them, in thought,…

A New Beginning

As the Lord wills and enables, I intend to post more often, and in a somewhat new direction. I took a necessary hiatus, a long one, because I knew my life wasn’t right; I also suspected that I was off on a very key doctrine — that being, repentance. Suffice to say, I want nothing…

The Antinomian Diaries: Is It Really Legalism To Distinguish Between Positional Righteousness and Experimental/Manifest Righteousness

The Antinomian Error (Yet again): Please consider the following actual quote: Some legalists artificially divide righteousness into “positional righteousness” And “experiential righteousness…if righteousness is tied in some way to our experience (experiential righteousness), then God has not established his righteousness yet, has He, because not all the elect are experiencing His righteousness right now. If…

Pastor Jesse Gistand on God-enabled Faithfulness, Commitment, Obedience, Self-Denial, and Focus

Note: The following is a relatively short excerpt from his May 14, 2016 study titled “Men’s Theology – Leadership Class – Part 5.” For the full audio, please click here or visit: http://www.grace-bible.com/sermons/sermon/2016-05-14/mens-theology-leadership-class-part-5-2016. I cannot stress enough how much I would encourage everyone to listen to it in its entirety. The study speaks volumes concerning…