Law & Gospel | Krista Bontrager | Ep. 128

Sep 14, 2020

What is the law according to scripture? And what does the Gospel have to do with it? Everything, it turns out. 

Krista Bontrager of Theology Mom and I discuss how the Bible explains our relationship to the law as compared with how the world views its limitations to their freedoms. 

This episode is SO HELPFUL in understanding much of the language and discussion around law, justice and other hot topics being discussed in the church and culture. 

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