Having Exemplars Is Not Moralism

Having Exemplars Is Not Moralism

“The writer to the Hebrews evidently did not see any dichotomy between holding up Christ on the one had as the sole object of, and the supreme example for, faith, and holding up the Old Testament saints on the other hand as supplementary examples of faith” (Carrick, The Imperative of Preaching, p. 124).

from Blog and Mablog See it at: http://www.dougwils.com/Who-Is-Sufficient/having-exemplars-is-not-moralism.html


About alialonso

I am Youth Pastor and mDiv student at Reformed Theological Seminary in Central Florida. Together with my lovely wife, Claudia, and our Yorkie, Toshii, we are desire to glorify God and serve the local church by creating heart-felt and Biblically informed worshippers of love for God.

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