In this whole discussion on antinomianism and exhoration and all that sort of jazz, there are aspersions cast wide and far... and I've gotten slopped with some of them I've been called an antinomian, and even this morning someone simply asserted that I was somehow violating the Formula (but with no citation of either me or the Formula... or even a name).
It is enough.
Behold, I am starting, on this thread the "GREAT ANTINOMIAN CHALLENGE!"
As the issue is about preaching, and specifically preaching the Law... here is the Challenge. On this very blog, there are 7 and a half years worth of sermons. Plenty of material.
Your challenge, if you are convinced that I am an antinomian is this: Show me the sermon. Go to the comments, link to the sermon posted here, and explain how that sermon reveals me to be a vile antinomian.
Now, I actually think this will be a boring challenge, because even though I've been called an antinomian, even though I'm glad to discuss the theory of preaching... my preaching rarely comes up. Fine - open invitation - I will be the guinea pig. If we want to dissect sermons - let's do it here. I volunteer.
Indeed, I challenge - show me where I am an Antinomian!
(Or, if you don't think I am, and rather you think there is a sermon where I rather well handle the Law, you may point that out too.)