With No Compromise Radio On The Lordship Controversy, QIRE, And The Reformation

In anticipation of the upcoming conference, So You Say You Want A Reformation? Mike Abendroth and I discuss some of the topics we will be considering this Friday and Saturday: law, gospel, and the confusion of the two, the Lordship Salvation controversy, the Quest for Illegitimate Religious Experience, Biblicism, Sola Scriptura, and confessionalism. The congregation is located at 307 Lancaster Street, in West Boylston, MA. Directions here. You can Register here.

Here is the episode at No Compromise Radio. For future reference, the episode is included in the HB media archive.

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  1. Excellent conversation that is helpful. As a traditional dispensationalist I think you did a somewhat fair representation in the beginning. I would just offer this clarification of our position that contradicts what you said. Traditional dispensationalists argue that the ten commandments are still in effect because they have been restated within the New Testament, not because they were part of the Law of Moses. You did mention the Law of Christ, which is the real emphasis. By an emphasis on the Law of Moses many Christians ignore the hundreds of commands and prohibitions that are found in the New Testament; all of which God would want us to follow. A classic example is John 14:1, which is a prohibition, let not your heart be troubled. Jesus commands us not to worry, and to assure us, so we won’t worry Jesus emphasized that He is going to prepare a place for us in heaven.

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