Ministers of Christ or Ministers of Stone? Introduction Many have been taught to look to Moses as the standard of right and wrong and to Christ as the remedy for their violation of that standard. We find holiness in Moses…Read more
ROUND 1 Since Rogers did not provide me with much in the way of exegetically based argumentation (he merely referenced a few texts) I will take some liberties in this round by addressing miscellaneous issues. I) To Bind or Not…Read more
A Side Note Rogers seemed a bit surprised that I have not attacked the Theonomic use of the so-called “civil laws.” He noted it was quite Protestant to use the Decalogue for sanctification. True enough. Yet if none of the…Read more
Mosaic Formulations? Rogers planted several straw men throughout his rebuttals. Here is one of the more disturbing ones: “My opponent claims that Paul did not use the Mosaic formulations of the moral law.” That is not what I said. I…Read more
Evasion? Rogers denies the charge of evasion. He says he responded to as many of my points as space allowed. This debate, however, requires exegetical responses. He agreed to a debate revolving around textual exposition. I am still waiting for…Read more
“Is Theonomy Exegetically Sound?” Rogers hardly answered the question. By stripping away his opening credo, his first round personal advertisement, his incessant definitions of “Theonomy,” his irrelevant points about salvation, his lengthy excursions into historical theology…Read more
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