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Definition of Neonomian

Neonomian
Neonomian Ne`o*no"mi*an, n. [Neo- + gr. ? law.] One who advocates adheres to new laws; esp. one who holds or believes that the gospel is a new law.
Neonomian
Neonomian Ne`o*no"mi*an, a. Of or pertaining to the Neonomians, or in accordance with their doctrines.

Meaning of Neonomian from wikipedia

- Neonomianism (from Gr****, meaning 'new law')[original research?] in Christian theology is the doctrine that the Gospel is a new law, the requirements of...
- atonement and aim to guide the reader safely between Antinomianism and Neonomianism. In 1700, while making a pastoral visit in the small country parish of...
- a Friendly Examination of the Pacific Paper.’ [By I. C.], 1692. 9. ‘Neonomianism unmasked; or the Ancient Gospel pleaded against the other, called a New...
- Acts of the Apostles Legalism (theology) Libertine Minuth Montanism Neonomianism Sovereign citizen movement Su****ssionism Upāya-kauśalya Merriam-Webster...
- (1706–74) of Woubrugge in his own polemics against what he saw as Dutch neonomians. Just as Owen, Comrie stresses the point that before God gives faith to...
- saving righteousness... the fruit of the seeds which Baxter sowed was neonomian Moderatism in Scotland and moralistic Unitarianism in England." Po****rised...
- which began in 1718, was caused by disagreements between so-called the neonomians and antinomians over the relationship of the covenant of works and covenant...
- Nomist may refer to: Nomism, theological legalism Neonomianism, in Christian theology, the doctrine that the Gospel is a new law Covenantal nomism...
- controversies agitated in Britain : under the unhappy names of antinomians and neonomians (1807) OL 25183530M Witsius, Herman (1806), The restoration of the Jews...
- simply emphasised the Law or that understood the gospel as a new law neonomianism, or that was mere morality, and sought out a gospel that stressed the...
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