Scripture as Law

Everything in Scripture has the force of law. What it teaches we are to believe; what it commands, we are to do. We should take its wisdom to heart, imitate its heroes, laugh at its jokes, trust its promises, and sing its songs.” – John Frame

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Posted on April 14, 2012, in John Frame, Scriptural Authority. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. The problem that develops is simply our unfortunate cultural connotation of “law”. It’s not a constricting, controlling demand, but a delightful guide book for life and it’s complications. Only then are we able to sing, “Oh, how love I Thy law!”

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