December 24, 2011

Tullian Tchividjian and Elyse Fitzpatrick looking for Mr Antinomian

(note 6-22-2015): I have since come to the conviction that even though I don't believe all the critiques of Tullian are fair, they do have some good points. Tullian's message has been going off the rails for a while and his associations and messages are getting more vague.  He seems to have gone from assuming the gospel to assuming the law.)

Additional NOTE 3-14-2016

I have since come to realize that there are definitely problems with soft antinomianism going on in the church today. I wrote the original post here while still not seeing that problem. There certainly is a problem with hammering the law too heavily as well. But that isn't what I'm seeing in my circles at the moment.


original post:

Truly a wonderful read, an open letter to Mr Antinomian by Elyse Fitzpatrick. It's short and light, with an intro by Tullian Tchividjian.  Enjoy!

Dear Mr. Antinomian
"There seems to be a fear out there that the preaching of radical grace produces serial killers. "
Read more here