Heresy: Antinomianism

It is a remarkable fact that all the heresies which have arisen in the Christian Church have had a decided tendency to dishonor God and to flatter man. ~ Charles Spurgeon

(The Dissenter) Antinomianism is a heresy that has been present in various forms throughout the history of Christianity. At its core, antinomianism is the belief that believers are not bound by moral law, and that they are exempt from following God’s commands. This belief is in direct opposition to the teachings of the Bible, which clearly state that believers are to obey God’s law and follow his commands.

The word “antinomian” comes from the Greek words “anti,” meaning “against,” and “nomos,” meaning “law.” Therefore, an antinomian is someone who is against the law and believes that they are not bound by it. This belief is based on a misunderstanding of the grace of God, and the way that it works in the lives of believers. View article →


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