Gospel-Driven Quote of the Week

“I had an occasional encounter with Mr. John Gowdie (a strenuous opposer of the Marrow) before our Presbytery, who happening to tell us of his preaching catechetical doctrine, shewed that he had cursorily gone over the ten commandments, as judging that best for the case of the people.

I found myself obliged to declare before them all, that I was quite of another mind, the fullest unfolding of the holy commandments being necessary to discover the need of Christ both to saint and sinner. But I have always observed narrow thoughts of the doctrine of free grace to be accompanied with narrow thoughts of the extent of the divine law.”

Thomas Boston’s Memoirs

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