A Reformed antinomian? As odd an oxymoron as you can get, you might think. But no! The Reformed are deeply concerned about antinomianism within their ranks. In the second decade of the 21st century, antinomianism is one of the buzz words in evangelical circles. The Reformed are up in arms about it ‚Äď at least, up in arms about what they see as antinomianism among the advocates of new-covenant theology. But, truth to tell, they are also wrestling with it much closer to home. They have a home-grown antinomianism, an antinomianism flourishing in their own backyard. Naturally, they do not like it, not one little bit!