Bavinck Distinguished Between Law And Gospel

The Word is differentiated into law and gospel. The law finds its end in Christ, who sets believers free from the curse of the law so that they may walk according to the Spirit and delight in God’s law in their inner selves.

Herman Bavinck | Reformed Dogmatics: Prolegomena, vol. 1 (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2003), 441.


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    Tony grew up in Rhode Island. He was educated at BA (University of Rhode Island) and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He worked in the insurance industry for ten years. He planted a PCA church in Wakefield, RI where he served for eleven years. In 2015–18 he pastored Covenant Reformed Church (URCNA) in Colorado Springs. He is currently pastor of Living Hope (OPC). Tony is married to Donna and together they have three children.

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