Antinomianism has a long and complicated history, but help is here! This book is the first to examine antinomian theology from a historical, exegetical, and systematic perspective - with a key emphasis on Christology.
"The problem of antinomianism is a hardy perennial for the church. There is a mischievous movement afoot at the moment whose soaring rhetoric about grace is matched by an equally casual presumption on the same. Mark Jones book is thus to be welcomed: it is biblically grounded, historically sensitive and above all timely. In addition, through his careful attention to the role of Christ in scripture and in historical Reformed confessional treatments of sanctification, Jones provides a significant supplement to other recent books pleading for a biblical emphasis on personal piety." - Carl R. Trueman
"What does a seventeenth century theological controversy have to do with Christian living in the twenty-first century? Everything. With the acumen of an historian and the heart of a pastor, Mark Jones deftly guides readers through one of the most tangled and most important set of issues facing the Reformed church." - Guy Prentiss Waters
"We are living in a deeply encouraging day when the sovereignty of Gods grace is being rediscovered far and wide. But, as has happened in the past, when such times of biblical ressourcement have occurred, the error of Antinomianism has made its appearance. This new work by Mark Jones is thus a timely tract for the times. It is rich in scriptural argument, illustrations from church history, and vigorous application. May it have a wide reading and even wider heeding!" - Michael A.G. Haykin
Antinomianism by Mark Jones was published by P & R Publishing in September 2013 and is our 7770th best seller. The ISBN for Antinomianism is 9781596388154.