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The late Dr. Roger Nicole, professor emeritus at RTS Orlando, teaches in this series on the relationship that exists between the Christian and their interaction with the Law. Dr. Nicole begins by distinguishing the four categories of law: moral, ceremonial, judicial, and provisional, and then proceeds with a discussion on four excessive approaches to understanding the law: Legalism, Theonomy, Antinomiansim, and Dispensationalism. To close the course, Dr. Nicole examines the New Testament's interaction with the Old Testament Law, with particular emphasis on Jesus's statements regarding the Law.

The Law and Christian Faith Reformed Theological Seminary

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The late Dr. Roger Nicole, professor emeritus at RTS Orlando, teaches in this series on the relationship that exists between the Christian and their interaction with the Law. Dr. Nicole begins by distinguishing the four categories of law: moral, ceremonial, judicial, and provisional, and then proceeds with a discussion on four excessive approaches to understanding the law: Legalism, Theonomy, Antinomiansim, and Dispensationalism. To close the course, Dr. Nicole examines the New Testament's interaction with the Old Testament Law, with particular emphasis on Jesus's statements regarding the Law.

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Law and Christianity, Reformed Theological Seminary

Very clear exposition; the last half of the lecture on Theonomy was particularly insightful and relevant to trying to live the Christian life in contemporary society.

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