In this episode Dr Clark dons his official Heidelglasses to answer more texts and emails regarding the relationship between the Holy Spirit and the Old Testament believers, about when we should call someone a heretic, about what to do when there is not a nearby confessional Reformed congregation, about how we should think about the role of the function of the law under the Old Covenant, about Joe Boot’s claims about “general equity theonomy,” about whether the Scots Confession teaches baptismal regeneration, about taking communion to shut ins, about whether justification makes one ready for heaven, about the basis on which we accept Christian doctrine, and about the application of the Abrahamic covenant in the New Covenant and how to understand the continuity and progress of redemptive history relative to the Abrahamic covenant. The opening audio features Jon Payne from the recent Gospel Reformation Network conference.
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