Understand the Bible's teaching on law and grace.
Law and Grace explores a misunderstood theological subject from several perspectives. After discussing Roman Catholic and Reformed views of law, gospel, and grace, the book uses an exposition of Romans to present a dispensational framework for distinguishing key theological concepts.
Pastors, church leaders, and ministry students will appreciate Myron Houghton's thorough exegesis and practical applications, including practical advice on tithing, Sabbath keeping, and the believer's responsibility to follow grace principles for godly living.
Myron Houghton (PhD, Dallas Seminary; ThD, Concordia Seminary) is senior professor and chair of the Systematic Theology Department at Faith Baptist Theological Seminary. His ministries include several interim pastorates. He has written for The Faith Pulpit, the Baptist Bulletin, and several academic journals. He is the author of RBP's adult Bible study Our Glorious God; revisions of Ernest Pickering's Biblical Separation: The Struggle for a Pure Church and Charismatic Confusion; and Law and Grace, published by Regular Baptist Books.