I wish every person who calls themselves “Reformed” would read Ian Clary’s post at City of God
I would like to call John Hendryx and Monergism to consistency.
They may want to start with (removing) Don Carson’s work. For those who know anything of the debate over NCT, Carson is a key exegetical course for this position. Especially his view of the law understood in Matthew that is expressed in a number of his books. After they remove Carson’s work from their distribution and website, Monergism needs to then turn to John Piper, who also holds to a view akin to NCT. His books and links are everywhere on Monergism’s sites. The list of such theologians tainted with NCT—who must be erroneous according to Monergism’s standards—is long and includes John MacArthur (a dispensationalist); Fred Zaspel; the New Studies in Biblical Studies series edited by Carson that includes Dominion and Dynasty by Stephen Dempster, whose ideas form a large part of the Gentry/Wellum argument; Tom Schreiner, who holds a similar view to Gentry/Wellum, especially his Pauline theology and NT theology and commentaries; (Lutheran) Douglas Moo who, along with Carson, is another key source for NCT; and ironically works by Stephen Wellum and Peter Gentry themselves.
New Covenant Theology (NCT) is not Reformed. (Leaky) Dispensationalism is not Reformed.
Thank you, Ian.