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The Ten Commandments : ethics for the twenty-first century / Mark F. Rooker ; series editor: E. Ray Clendenen. [print]

By: Rooker, Mark F [author]Contributor(s): Clendenen, E. RayMaterial type: TextTextSeries: NAC studies in Bible & theologyPublication details: Nashville, Tennessee : B and H Academic, [(c)2010. Description: xi, 234 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0805447164; 9780805447163Subject(s): Ten commandments -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Ethics in the BibleLOC classification: BV4655.R777.T463 2010BV4655.C627.T463 2010Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: Summary: "In this new volume from the New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology series, Mark Rooker discusses one by one the language of each of the Ten Commandments and its complete meaning in the ancient context. Adding a depth of understanding that can't be obtained by looking only at the commandment itself, he shows how each commandment echoes elsewhere in the Old Testament, how it was violated in Israel's history, and how it surfaces again in the New Testament. In conclusion, Rooker includes an extended section on the theological significance of each commandment and its contemporary implications" ;
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"In this new volume from the New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology series, Mark Rooker discusses one by one the language of each of the Ten Commandments and its complete meaning in the ancient context. Adding a depth of understanding that can't be obtained by looking only at the commandment itself, he shows how each commandment echoes elsewhere in the Old Testament, how it was violated in Israel's history, and how it surfaces again in the New Testament. In conclusion, Rooker includes an extended section on the theological significance of each commandment and its contemporary implications" ; Publisher description.

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