In this episode Dr Clark looks at Romans 3:1–8 in light of last week’s discussion of Paul’s distinction between a purely external relation to the covenant of grace and an internal relation to the covenant of grace. What advantage has the Jew? “Much in every way!” Are the means of grace useless? God forbid! He answers questions from Mark about Reformed hermeneutics (the rules for interpreting texts), from Ken about Pelagianism, from Lindsey about the Baptist claim that the regulative principle forbids infant baptism, and from Jacob about the Roman and Eastern Orthodox appeal to apostolic succession. The opening audio comes from Mike Abendroth and No Compromise Radio.
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