Michael Horton Defines Antinomianism(s)

I've been reading through Kevin DeYoung's The Hole in our Holiness: Filling the Gap Between Gospel Passion and the Pursuit of Godliness, so when the Nov/Dec Issue of Modern Reformation arrived featuring two articles on antinomianism, I was quite interested. One article even includes a sidebar, recommending Tullian Tchividjian's Jesus + Nothing = Everything and… Continue reading Michael Horton Defines Antinomianism(s)

Kevin DeYoung: Why the church is so “Holey”

I'm reading through Kevin DeYoung's new book, The Hole in Our Holiness: Filling the Gap between Gospel Passion and the Pursuit of Godliness, and though I'm still too early into the book to know if he's successfully navigated these challenging waters, I found one of his initial assessments on why the pursuit of godliness is… Continue reading Kevin DeYoung: Why the church is so “Holey”

Kevin DeYoung on Human Misery

Here's a great one on Lord's Day 2 from Kevin DeYoung's new book on the Heidelberg Catechism: Many people, well-meaning church leaders included, are eager to boil down Christianity to the great commandments, or the Sermon on the Mount, or the Beatitudes, or Micah 6:8, or some other powerful summary of God's ethical intentions.  But… Continue reading Kevin DeYoung on Human Misery