The Law/Gospel Distinction (Olevianus)

 The Reformers understood the difference between the law and the gospel.  It wasn't just Luther who made this important distinction.  For one example, here's how Caspar Olevianus (d. 1587) explained it (as quoted by Otto Thelemann): "With reference to the relation between the law and the Gospel, Olevianus says: “The law is a principle which… Continue reading The Law/Gospel Distinction (Olevianus)

Law/Gospel: A Staple in Reformation Theology

We've posted on this before, but it is something that needs to be said more than a few times: the law/gospel distinction is right there in the fabric of old-school Reformed theology.  Though some people don't like it, won't teach it, and think it is Lutheran, it is undeniable that a sharp law/gospel distinction is… Continue reading Law/Gospel: A Staple in Reformation Theology