Probably my single biggest disappointment about Phil Johnson's old blog was that he was never able to get around to answering the question "What is the relationship between New Testment Christians and the Old Testament Law?" I know he had some thoughts about it, and he started to talk about them, but then he got sidetracked and never returned.
At my church, we are going through Hebrews right now, so this topic is of much interest to me.
In any case, my buddy Sojourner wrote a whole series of articles last week about whether we as Christians are responsible for keeping the Sabbath. I made a couple of comments there, but I decided to hold back on that until he had finished his series.
His series is now finished, and he's off to TFTG, but I've been busy and haven't had time to put my thoughts together.
Now I don't have to, because Daniel has tackled the subject with much greater gusto and depth than I could probably muster right after downing a 6 pack of Coke Classic.
His premise is simple: what was once written as a defense of orthodoxy (WCF & LBCF) is now being used as a law unto itself.
To be continued...