Heidelcast For September 11, 2022: Every Tribe, Tongue, And Nation (16): Third/Fourth Heads Of Doctrine (2)

In this episode Dr Clark continues his series on the the Canons of Dort where we are looking at the Third and Fourth Heads of Doctrine of the Canons of Dort on the application of salvation. In this episode he discusses how the Synod distinguished between the law and the gospel. He also answers questions from Mariah about golden ages and “the puritans,” from Josiah about the relations between the self-described Federal Vision theology and Lutheranism, from Mark asking whether believers are under the law as a schoolmaster; and from Nancy, who asks about how to respond to an invitation to attend a same-sex wedding, See the HB resources below on all these questions. The opening audio clip is from Heidelblog contributor, the Rev. Scott McDermand II of First Presbyterian Church (PCA) of Bad Axe, MI.

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