The Judicial Law: General Equity vs. Particular Equity

Reformed Theology has always held that God’s Law is best understood as having a threefold division, some being moral, some ceremonial, and some judicial. Chapter 19 of the Westminster Confession explains this threefold division. The moral law, summarily comprehended in the 10 commandments (WLC 98), is rooted in God’s character as well as the created… Read More The Judicial Law: General Equity vs. Particular Equity

The Civil Magistrate’s Duty to Punish Sins Against the Moral Law | George Gillespie

Wholesome Severity Reconciled with Christian Liberty It will be asked, “But how does it appear that these or any other judicial laws of Moses do at all appertain to us, as rules to guide us in like cases?” I shall wish him who scruples this, to read Piscator’s appendix to his observations upon the 21-23… Read More The Civil Magistrate’s Duty to Punish Sins Against the Moral Law | George Gillespie