The law of the covenant : an exposition of Exodus 21-23 / James B. Jordan. [print]Material type: TextPublication details: Tyler, Texas : Institute for Christian Economics, [(c)1984.Description: xx, 310 pages ; 22 cmContent type:
- BS1245.3.L396 1984
- BS1245.3.J82.L396 1984
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The Bible and the laws of God The law of the redemption of Israel The Book of Covenant: its context The ordinances: structure and characteristics Slavery Violence Property Faithfulness Justice Sabbaths and festivals Conclusion Appendix A: Old and new covenant Appendix B: The case laws correlated with the Ten Commandments Appendix C: Tithing: financing Christian reconstruction Appendix D: State financing in the Bible Appendix E: Salvation and Statism Appendix F: Proleptic Passover: Exodus 4:22-26 Appendix G: Four and Five-fold restitution Appendix H: On boiling a kid in its mother's milk.
James B. Jordan is a Calvinist theologian and author. He is director of Biblical Horizons ministries, a think tank in Niceville, Florida that publishes books, essays, and other media dealing with Bible commentary, Biblical Theology, and liturgy.