Posted March 20, 2017
Face-to-face communication is breaking down. The next time you go to a restaurant, observe the married (or dating) couples sitting in the booths around you. It is a common sight to see a man and a woman, close enough for...
The “Federal Vision” (federal meaning covenant) is a movement attacking the crucial doctrine of justification by faith alone and is being taught and promoted throughout the Reformed church world at present. This erroneous doctrine has its roots in the unbiblical idea of a conditional covenant. It brings nothing new to the theological discussion other than coming with renewed vigor and under the guise of a new name. This doctrine is a direct, bold declaration that holds that every person, child or adult, who has been baptized, is truly saved and united with Christ. Federal vision theology therefore, denies that sovereign election governs the covenant, choosing instead to put free will into the hands of the sinner and grounding one’s justification, in part, on the sinner’s good works.
Read more on this subject in the book Federal Vision: Heresy at the Root.