I am sure you have heard Christians say, “I believe in keeping the Ten Commandments.” Unfortunately, many of them are not able to quote the Ten Commandments. I wrote this book so Christians might discover or re-discover the meaning of the Ten Commandments, based on the full counsel of God. The underlying motivation was to help Christians develop a worldview that includes God’s moral law. God’s law is not merely a series of moral injunctions. The nature of its content is much broader than the Ten Commandments found in Exodus twenty. I hope this book will challenge Christians to further study God’s law. For example, the chapter on the fourth commandment explains the Christian work ethic based on the commandment, “Six days you shall labor and do all your work.” I have worked on this project from time to time for over twenty years. It always challenges me to a deeper understanding of what Christ accomplished for me; by saving me from the law so I might serve Him by keeping the law. I hope this book will help Christians make godly choices.
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Martin Murphy has a B.A. in Bible from Columbia International University and Master of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary. Martin spent nearly thirty years in the class room, the pulpit, the lectern, the study, and the library. He now devotes most of his time consolidating academic and practical gains by writing books. He is the author of nine other books.
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