Here's a small section of William Ames' (d. 1633) commentary on the Heidelberg Catechism, Lord's Day 15. "The Lord Christ suffered all the evil penalties that were owed to us on account of sins." "He suffered every kind of evil, as much spiritually as corporeally [bodily], in agony and horror of soul." "He suffered from… Continue reading The Suffering of Christ
I finally got it: The Law is not of Faith (Phillipsburg: P&R, 2009). If you're in the Reformed/Presbyterian tradition (or someone who just wants a peek at our "covenant" tradition), you'll want to grab this. It is a level-headed historical, theological, and exegetical discussion of the Mosaic covenant. In the introduction, the editors make the… Continue reading The Mosaic Covenant: Works, Grace, What?