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On-line Resource Joyce G. Baldwin, "The Role of the Ten Commandments (Laing Lecture for 1981)," Vox Evangelica 13 (1983): 7-18.View in PDF format pdf
Book or monograph Blenkinsopp: Wisdom and Law in the Old TestamentJoseph Blenkinsopp, Wisdom and Law in the Old Testament: The Ordering of Life in Israel and Early Judaism, revised. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995. Pbk. ISBN: 019875504X. pp.206. {CBD} {Amazon.com}
Article in Journal or Book F.F. Bruce, "Paul and the Law of Moses," Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 57 (1974-75): 259-279.
On-line Resource Interpreting the Law (Robert I. Bradshaw)View in PDF format pdf
On-line Resource J. Daryl Charles, "Garnishing with the 'Greater Righteousness': The Disciple's Relationship to the Law (Matthew 5:17-20," Bulletin for Biblical Research 12.1 (2002): 1-15.View in PDF format pdf
Article in Journal or Book C.E.B. Cranfield [1915-2015], "Paul and the Law," Scottish Journal of Theology 17 (1964): 43-
On-line Resource M.J. Evans, "The Law in James," Vox Evangelica 13 (1983): 29-40.View in PDF format pdf
Book or monograph John Goldingay, Understanding Old Testament Law Today. Bible Soc., 1990. Pbk. ISBN: 0564079022.
Article in Journal or Book Donald A. Hagner, "Balancing the Old and the New. The Law of Moses in Matthew and Paul," Interpretation 51.1 (Jan. 1997): 20-30.
On-line Resource J. Daniel Hays, "Applying the Old Testament Law Today," Bibliotheca Sacra 158: 629 (2001): 21-35.
On-line Resource E.F. Kevan, The Evangelical Doctrine of Law. London: Tyndale Press, 1956. pp.28.View in PDF format pdf
On-line Resource Kenneth A. Kitchen, Pentateuchal Criticism and Interpretation. Notes of three lectures given at the Annual Conference ofthe Theological Students' Fellowship, held at The Hayes, Swanwick, Derbyshire from December 27 to 31, 1965. Leicester: TSF, 1965. Pbk. pp.51.View in PDF format pdf [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Elmer A. Martens, "Embracing the Law: A Biblical Theological Perspective," Bulletin for Biblical Research 2 (1992): 1-28.View in PDF format pdf
On-line Resource Elmer A. Martens, "How Is the Christian to Construe Old Testament Law?" Bulletin for Biblical Research 12.2 (2002): 199-216.View in PDF format pdf
Article in Journal or Book Jacob Milgrom, "Law and Narrative and the Exegesis of Leviticus XIX 19," Vetus Testamentum 46.4 (1996): 544-548.
On-line Resource P.G. Nelson, "Christian Morality: Jesus' Teaching on the Law," Themelios 32.1 (October 2006): 4-17.View in PDF format pdf
On-line Resource Robin Ernest Nixon [1932-1978], The Exodus in the New Testament. London: The Tyndale Press, 1963. Pbk. pp.32.View in PDF format pdf
Article in Journal or Book S. Pedersen, "Paul's Understanding of the Biblical Law," Novum Testamentum 44.1 (2002): 1-34.
Book or monograph Poythress: The Shadow of Christ in the Law of MosesVern Sheridan Poythress, The Shadow of Christ in the Law of Moses. P & R Publishing, 1995. Pbk. ISBN: 0875523757. pp.422. {CBD} {Amazon.com}
Article in Journal or Book Klyne R. Snodgrass, "Matthew's Understanding of the Law," Interpretation 46.4 (Oct. 1992): 368-378.
Book or monograph Sprinkle: Biblical Law and Its RelevanceJoe M. Sprinkle, Biblical Law and Its Relevance: A Christian Understanding and Ethical Application for Today of the Mosaic Regulations. University Press of America, 2005. Pbk. ISBN: 0761833722. pp.252. {Amazon.com} This book approaches the laws of the Pentateuch from theological, historical, moral, and spiritual perspectives. Theologically, this book raises a question of hermeneutics: What are Christians to make of the law? Biblical Law and Its Relevance, while taking into consideration the approaches of Reformed, Dispensationalist, Lutheran, and Theonomist scholars, proposes a distinctive hermeneutic of seeking to find the abiding moral and religious principles inherent in the laws. In pursuing this goal, this book employs a comparative-legal methodology that examines biblical laws in their ancient Near Eastern historical setting and in comparison with rabbinic, modern, and especially cuneiform laws. It seeks to determine the original significance of the lex talionis formula ("eye for an eye") and the rules of clean / unclean. It also surveys how the laws were administered from the time of Joshua to the end of the Old Testament period.
On-line Resource Preaching the Ten Commandments (John Thomson)View in PDF format pdf
Article in Journal or Book F.E. Udoh, "Paul's Views on the Law: Questions About Origin (Gal. 1:6-2:21; Phil 3:2-11)," Novum Testamentum 42.3 (2000): 214-237.
On-line Resource Gordon J. Wenham, "The Theology on Unclean Food," Evangelical Quarterly 53.1 (Jan.-Feb. 1981): 6-15.View in PDF format pdf
On-line Resource Gordon Wenham, "The Perplexing Pentateuch," Vox Evangelica 17 (1987): 7-22.View in PDF format pdf

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