Antinomianism is ANOTHER Gospel; Not Christianity!
In his book, Paths to Power, the late A.W. Tozer defined antinomianism this way:
"Fundamental Christianity in our times is deeply influenced by that ancient enemy of righteousness, Antinomianism. The creed of the Antinomian is easily stated: We are saved by faith alone; works have no place in salvation; conduct is works, and is therefore of no importance. What we do cannot matter as long as we believe rightly. The divorce between creed and conduct is absolute and final. The question of sin is settled by the Cross; conduct is outside the circle of faith and cannot come between the believer and God. Such in brief, is the teaching of the Antinomian. And so fully has it permeated the Fundamental element in modern Christianity that it is accepted by the religious masses as the very truth of God. Antinomianism is the doctrine of grace carried by uncorrected logic to the point of absurdity. It takes the teaching of justification by faith and twists it into deformity."
NOTE REGARDING A.W. TOZER:
From time to time A.W. Tozer quoted from Catholic mystics. He was a gleaner.
He read lots of books (including those he knew had some doctrinal defects)
and if he found a truth worded in such a way that he felt would help express
the point he was trying to make, he would quote it.
This is my recommendation: read A.W. Tozer's
books but don't investigate the writings of the Catholic mystics he
occasionally quoted from. If you are new to Tozer, try reading some