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God's Ten Commandments: Yesterday, Today, Forever

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9780979673627
Publisher:
Nordskog Publishing
Pages:
109
Binding:
Paperback

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Description  (Excerpted from the book) God gave man Ten Commandments. Every one of them is vital, in all ages. For only by observing them can man live a full life each week; maintain a happy marriage; and function well in his home, his job, and even in the world internationally.God Himself is the Root of the Moral Law, and perfectly reflects it. Salvation was never by the works of the Law. For even before the fall, man was to keep it out of gratitude for God’s great grace. Unfallen man kept the whole Decalogue. The Sabbath, Marriage, the Forbidden Fruit, and the Tree of Life all reveal it. When man broke God’s Law, he degenerated more and more—from the Fall to the Flood. The Patriarchs kept it, and the Prophets called man back to keep it. So, too, should we.

Author  Dr. Francis Nigel Lee was an Advocate or Barrister (alias a Trial Lawyer) of the Supreme Court of South Africa before becoming a Minister and then pastoring congregations of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) in Mississippi and Florida. He was also: Professor of Philosophy at Shelton College in New Jersey; Scholar in Residence at the Christian Studies Center in Memphis, Tennessee; Academic Dean of Graham Bible College in Bristol, Tennessee; and then for twenty years Professor of Theology and Church History at the Queensland Presbyterian Theological College in Australia (where he now lives in retirement with his wife and two daughters).

Endorsements  "Dr. Francis Nigel Lee is a man deeply devoted to God. His extensive research and study demonstrates the truth found in Ecclesiastes 12:13, that the fear of God and His Holy Law is what man is all about. Our society, and indeed our civilization, would greatly benefit by a better understanding of the intricate design of God for His creation. Sir William Blackstone in his Commentaries on the Laws of England said it most explicitly, when he stated: Man considered as a creature, must necessarily be subject to the laws of his Creator, for he is entirely a dependent being. I am happy to commend to your reading Dr. Lee’s work God's Ten Commandments: Yesterday, Today, Forever." - Roy Moore Former Chief Justice, Alabama Supreme Court