You are here:Home-Resources-Counsel of Chalcedon Magazine-1997 Issue 7-Theonomy and the Westminster Confession: A Review and Report

Theonomy and the Westminster Confession: A Review and Report

Martin A. Foulner, "Theonomy and the Westminster Confession."

Here is the book I have longed for - the book I myself long yearned to compile. Martin Foulner provides for us a remarkable compendium of statements from the Westminster divines (and others) showing without doubt that they were theonomic in their political and social ethic. Page after page, quote after quote, the evidence mounts: Like it or not, the theologians who wrote the Westminster Standards - including WCF 19:4 - held strong convictions about the continuing applicability of Mosaic Law in the modern world. This book single-handedly stops the debate over the historical and confessional nature of theonomy. Thank you, Mr. Foulner.