If theonomy is the Reformed reverse of Dispensationalism, then theonomy’s accusation of two-kingdom theology as public square antinomianism is the flip side charge of any who accuse Protestantism with personal antinomianism. But any who are called antinomian, whether it concerns public or personal virtue, should take great comfort in the fact that they keep great company. OldLife points out that oft-repeated fact that St. Paul was so accused as well. But to accuse the Apostle’s teaching to be bereft of any concern for obedience is as silly as “abandoning your wife because marriage is provisional and not part of the glorified state.”
Now where’s that Fall ’53 Sears Catalog?