The former is the acknowledgment of God by the energy of faith; the latter is the setting up of man in the spirit of legalism.
Those who resort to legalism, he has said, ensure their own condemnation.
The ordinary American by this time had become tinctured with the spirit of legalism.
This was the condition to which legalism would reduce the Galatians.
To attempt to reach the standing by my state is legalism; to refuse to judge my state by the standing is antinomianism.
The whole method of Plato's "Politeia," breathes the spirit of legalism in all its severity, untempered by the spirit of Love.
The tendency of legalism to externalise life has another aspect.
They were not the master of any legalism or dialectic which would justify the slaughter of millions for the good of a system.
If legalism gets its answer in the character of the restoration, antinomianism gets its answer in the effect thereof.
Her sensitive woman's nature no doubt had beat its wings against the bars of legalism.