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Stephen Migotsky

Please know that I pray you will give an irenic, but over-poweringly biblical rebuttal to those in the book who attack a covenantal view of scripture which is not merely Kline's. I won't give all the other historically reformed men who agreed that the Law of Moses was a covenant of works, but Kline's teaching on nomos ("The Law") is definitely in the reformed "camp". I also won't attack Murry's recasting of covenantal theology in a new way, but self-consciously different way from historic covenantal theology. May the truth as pursued with enlightened detachment rule. If we are wrong, persuade us from Scripture, but let us defend our views from Scripture.

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