Speaking on the matter of Christian freedom John Calvin said, “This is a slippery place, and there is great danger of falling on either side.”1 Too true! Christians face the duel temptation of excessive rule-making and inappropriate freedom-flaunting when it comes to matters that the Bible doesn’t explicitly address. Of course, neither is a biblical solution. Neither option promotes the freely-rendered, loving obedience for which the cross of Christ aims. For believers to flourish—especially those with differing convictions within the same congregation—there has to be a better way.

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Visit the Alliance booth at PCA General Assembly

Are you planning on attending the PCA General Assembly June 12-16 in Greensboro, NC? Stop by the Alliance booth (#3605) to say hello, find out what’s new, and receive free audio from Liam Goligher, Bible teacher on the Alliance’s No Falling Word broadcast.

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