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    Featured Audio: Office Hours on ‘The Law is Not of Faith’

    lawfaith.jpgAuthors Bryan Estelle, David VanDrunen, and John Fesko, professors at Westminster Seminary California — are interviewed by Scott Clark, host of Office Hours on their book, The Law is Not of Faith One of the best books anywhere to understand Covenant Theology AND one of my favorite books in the last 12 months. Must Reading

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    Posted by John on November 20, 2009 02:47 PM

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