With this episode I had intended to begin a survey of The Marrow of Modern Divinity but Chris Gordon, my friend, colleague, and pastor at Escondido URC put in my hands a terrific little volume from 1831, which was an assessment of the Marrow controversy (described in episode 59). This rare volume has some very interesting things to say about the source and nature of nomism. So, this week we’re considering how the Marrow controversy looked a century later and at what John Brown of Whitburn thought were the major problems with nomism (legalism in justification and sanctification).
Here’s episode 60:
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