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Moses and LawPMT 2014-060 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.

This is my third article on the nature of the righteousness which postmillennialism expects to prevail in the world before Christ returns. Postmillennialism is not a form of social gospel liberalism. In fact, it is just the opposite. Social gospel liberalism operates in opposition to God’s Law, not in affirmation of it.

I have been focusing on Jesus’s own teaching regarding the Law. The New Testament, of course, has a lot more to say about the continuing relevance of God’s Law, but as the central person in the postmillennial hope, his teaching is especially instructive and encouraging.

I will now pick up where I left off in the previous article. I will point out four important observations in demonstrating Jesus’ endorsement of the Law. Continue reading