O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?
So, I'm studying redemption, and researching James Jordan. I come across this paragraph:
"Paul tells us that the law was in operation before Sinai, when he says “for until the law sin was in the world; but sin is not im- puted when there is no law. Nevertheless death reigned from Adam to Moses” (Rem. 5:13, 14a). Before the law “came ,“ the law was already in operation, for it was already dealing death to sin- ners. (Similarly, before the New Covenant “came, ” it was already in operation, for it was already granting resurrection life to repettent men. ) At Sinai, the law was given a definitive publication, but it was already operating in the world, and was already known to men" (http://www.biblicalhorizons.com/pdf/jjlc.pdf).
Umm...I'm not really sure how Jordan can maintain that and not be a preterist/covenant creationist. Just thought that was worth posting.