An old teaching has been recently reinvigorated. Its advocates claim the teaching is a “grace revolution.” But many critics see it as merely a fresh spin given to the rebellious, ancient heresy of Antinomianism.
Princianism is a blend of semi-Calvinism, New Thought, Quietism, and Sandemanianism that falls outside the boundaries of biblical and historic orthodoxy.
An old, marginal, view of law and gospel is being popularized today, but it is easily refuted. This view is best referred to by its old name -- antinomianism (a term coined by Martin Luther, meaning "against law") because such people say God's moral law has been negated through the cross. David Kowalksi addresses the issue.