Love Rules: 10 Commandments For the 21St Century
Jesus commenced His preaching ministry with the call: 'Repent and believe the gospel' (Mark 1:15) Repent of what? Is there a clear moral standard in the Bible that reveals the holiness of God, the sinfulness of man, and the purity...
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Jesus commenced His preaching ministry with the call: 'Repent and believe the gospel' (Mark 1:15) Repent of what? Is there a clear moral standard in the Bible that reveals the holiness of God, the sinfulness of man, and the purity of new life in Christ? Yes, there is.
The place of the moral law in relation to the gospel has become one of the most controversial issues for the evangelical church today. The end result is that less than 1% of church members can list the Ten Commandments.
It is sadly true that some preach the Law without the gospel. Some preach neither the Law nor the gospel. However, no matter how hard you try, you cannot genuinely preach the gospel without the Law.
It is hoped that this small volume might be used of God in awakening zeal for His glory, inspiring faithful preaching, encouraging wise living and initiating true revival.
Rev.Professor Harman (ThD., Westminster Theological Seminary, ThD., (honoris causa) Australian College of Theology) has recently retired from the posts of Principal and Professor of Old Testament at the Presbyterian Theological College in Melbourne Australia. He has taught graduate courses at Ontario Theological Seminary, Toronto and Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson. Prof.Harman is the author of a number of quite original commentaries Deuteronomy and Isaiah in the Focus on the Bible Series, and The Book of Daniel in the Evangelical Press Study Commentary.
Douglas J. W. Milne was born in Dundee, Scotland. After completing arts and divinity degrees at Aberdeen University he did post-graduate work in America and later in South Africa. He teaches New Testament in the Presbyterian Theological College, Melbourne where he also lectures in theology, ethics and philosophy. He also pastors an inner-city congregation in Melbourne and is married with two adult children.
Peter Barnes (Ph.D., University of Sydney) is a Presbyterian pastor who lives in Sydney. He ministers at Revesby Presbyterian Church and lectures in Church History at the Presbyterian Theological Centre in Burwood. He has authored a number of books and commentaries including Galatians (Evangelical Press Study Commentary), Both Sides Now: Ecclesiastes and The Human Condition, Knowing Where To Stand (John's Epistles) Welwyn Commentary and The Gospel: Did Paul And Jesus Agree?