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The True Bounds of Christian Freedom

by Samuel Bolton

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This book makes a great case for the place of the law in the life of a Christian. He shows how Christian obedience fits in with God's grace and the effects of sin upon a believers life. This book is fairly indepth and definitely not a beginner read, however for someone who has questioned how it is that a believer is to obey God without being again bound to the law and therefore legalism, this is a great book. ( )
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A clear, scriptural exposition of the place of the law in the life of the Christian. One of the few works currently available which show the danger of Antinomianism, while also avoiding legalism.

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