The Law of Perfect Freedom
The Ten Commandments are not Moses' bright ideas or simply God's suggestions; they are God's categorical requirements. In this book, Michael Horton weaves theological insight with practical application to help Christians respond to God's ethical demands. A vital, victorious life...
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The Ten Commandments are not Moses' bright ideas or simply God's suggestions; they are God's categorical requirements. In this book, Michael Horton weaves theological insight with practical application to help Christians respond to God's ethical demands. A vital, victorious life awaits! 288 pages, from Moody Press.
And yet, God's rules remain no less controversial today than when Moses presented his infamous stone tablets to the nation of Israel. Even now their role in our courts and schools is under scrutiny and has sparked heated debate. But just as important as this public discussion is a more private question: How well do I live by the Ten Commandments? To help you answer this question and better understand its public ramifications, author and pastor Michael Horton has written this comprehensive guide to the origin, significance, and social impact of God's rules for mankind. In it he weaves together theological truth and practical application to challenge readers to delve deeper into their understanding of what it means to live lives steeped in the wisdom of the Ten Commandments. With a foreword by distinguished scholar J.I. Packer, this is an insightful book you don't want to miss! Book jacket.
The Ten Commandments are not Moses' bright ideas or simply God's suggestions; they are God's categorical requirements. In The Law of Perfect Freedom, Michael Horton weaves theological truth with practical application to help believers live out the Ten Commandments. Understanding how to live out these commandments brings vitality and victory to our walk with God.
Michael Horton (PhD, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, and the University of Coventry) is Professor of Apologetics and Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, California. He is the author of a number of books including Covenant and Eschatology, The Divine Drama, Lord and Servant: A Covenant Christology, Covenant and Salvation: Union with Christ and most recently Christless Christianity:The Alternative Gospel of the American Church. A prolific author, he is also the host of The White Horse Inn, a nationally syndicated radio program, and editor of Modern Reformation magazine.
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- :<div>1. Doing The Right Thing<br><br>2. No Other Gods<br><br>3. Worshiping The Correct God Correctly<br><br>4. Guarding God's Reputation<br><br>5. Rest Assured<br><br>6. Honor To Whom Honor Is Due<br><br>7. How Pro-life Are We Really?<br><br>8. 'til Death Us Do Part<br><br>9. Trusting God's Provision<br><br>10. Tell The Truth!<br><br>11. When More Is Less<br><br>12. Good News For Law-breakers</div>
The Bible, particularly the Ten Commandments, calls us to discover our obligations to God and to our neighbor and society. It calls the people of God to their posts in society, not as a special interest group demanding its rights alongside everyone else, but as called-out men and women who have a heavy sense of moral duty-not to save their own souls, for that is by grace apart from works, but to bring glory and honor to that gracious King.