Grace vs Legalism and Antinomianism (2 Samuel 11:27-12:1)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, April 28, 2013
Part of the Life of David series, preached at a Sermon service

This remarkable text addresses the controversies raging in Reformed circles revolving around legalism and antinomianism. Both of those errors need to be opposed, but traditional Protestant theology does a much better job of doing so than either the modern "Grace Movement" or than Auburn Avenue Theology. This sermon upholds historic Reformed doctrine and seeks to bring Biblical balance on some very important issues facing the Reformed church.

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