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Thoughts on the Decalogue

by Howard Crosby

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Published by Presbyterian Board of Publication in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ten commandments.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPresbyterian Board of Publication collection
    StatementHoward Crosby.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination164 p. ;
    Number of Pages164
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22895274M

    The Ritual Decalogue is a list of ten commandments in the book of Exodus , identified in Biblical criticism as the Ten Commandments mentioned by the Bible. In this context, the traditional Ten Commandments are known as the "Ethical Decalogue". In Defense Of The Decalogue: A Critique of New Covenant Theology published in by Winepress Publishing is an excellent modern defense of the perpetuity of the Ten Commandments. (Yes, I just finished another book, w00t!) In dealing head on with New Covenant Theology’s attempt to walk the line between Dispensational and Covenant Theology, Richard Barcellos’ critique gives the reader an.

    Prophets, rabbis, and philosophers changed the Decalogue I have been mentioning that Judaism has changed many biblical commands. In my book “Mysteries of Judaism, I showed that the rabbis modified every one of the biblical holidays, without exception. One would think that the rabbis would not alter the Decalogue, the fundamental biblical [ ].   With chapters devoted to major thinkers such as Aquinas, Barth, Calvin, Luther, Maimonides, and Wesley, the writers explore ways the Decalogue has provided theological, ethical, moral, and devotional reflection throughout many facets of religious thought.

    Ronald Knox: 10 Commandments of Detective Fiction. Ronald Knox was a mystery writer in the early part of the 20 th century who belonged to the Detection Club, a society peopled by such legendary mystery writers as Agatha Christie, Dorothy Sayers, G. K. Chesterson, and E. C. Bentley. Among his novels: The Viaduct Murder, Double Cross Purposes, Still Dead. The “greatest sermon ever preached” was given on a once-unnamed mountain, now known as the mount of the Beatitudes. The words there spoken years ago have echoed down through the ages as guidance and encouragement for Christians on the upward path. Blessed are the poor in spirit, the meek, the merciful. These blessings form only a part of the message Christ gave on that crowded hillside.


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Philadelphia, Penn.: Presbyterian Board of Publication,   With respect to its origin, the material of the Decalogue is deduced from various lines of thought including law, ethical and wisdom traditions, and, in general, the monotheism of the Hebrew Bible.

Most prominent is the location of the Decalogues within the law. The philosopher Philo was born about 20 BCE to a prominent Jewish family in Alexandria, the chief home of the Jewish Diaspora as well as the chief center of Hellenistic culture; he was trained in Greek as well as Jewish learning. In attempting to reconcile biblical teachings with Greek philosophy he developed ideas that had wide influence on Christian and Jewish religious thought.

The Decalogue Predates Mount Sinai: Indicators from the Book of Genesis Jo Ann Davidson S. Theological Seminary, Andrews University A general consensus exists that the Decalogue has exerted more in-fluence on ethics and law than any other part of Scripture, or any docu-ment outside of Scripture.

In Roman Catholic moral theology, in Protes. DECALOGUE (The Ten Commandments). The statements of God quoted by Moses in Deuteronomy –18 are entitled "the ten words, or utterances" (Heb.

עֲשֶׂרֶתהַדְּבָרִים aseret ha-devarim; LXX δέκα ῥήματα [Deut. ], δέκα λόγοι []). The same title in Exodus has traditionally been referred to the "original" version of these statements in Exodus –14 [17] but see below).

The Ten Commandments: Why The Decalogue Matters. By Leon R. Kass | Originally published in Mosaic, June The biblical book of Genesis presents the story of how God’s new way for humankind finds its first adherent in a single individual—Abraham, a man out of Mesopotamia—and how that way survives through three generations in the troubled households of Abraham, his son Isaac.

Howard Crosby ’s reflections on the Ten Commandments are centered on their unique status as God’s literally written word, delivered to Moses on Mt. Sinai. Crosby reflects on how the Ten Commandments are helpful for all men, and useful as the foundations of civilization.

In the Logos edition, this volume is enhanced by amazing functionality. The end product, among other things, is the denial of the perpetuity of the Ten Commandments for Christians. This book, In Defense of the Decalogue, seeks to both critique the major tenets of NCT and support the perpetuity of the Decalogue under the New Covenant from an exegetical basis.

It argues that NCT goes astray at the point of s: 5. CRC and URCNA Use of the Ten Commandments. The and Acts of the Christian Reformed Church include reading of the Law as part of weekly services.

As well, the Christian Reformed Service Book () includes responsive readings of the Law (not exclusively the Decalogue). The use of the Ten Commandments is less defined in the URCNA.

The Decalogue (DCI Priest Series Book 1) DCI Jonny Priest, fresh from his recent promotion bids a fond farewell to The Metropolitan Police and heads north west for a new challenge with the Greater Manchester Police Force. He is immediately thrown into a murder investigation; a teenager brutally murdered in a nightclub/5(20).

It is possible that they thought since the Decalogue is described in the Torah as being promulgated in a miraculous manner, different than all other commands, it must have special significance.

[4] This concept of worshiping God in a very simple manner stresses acting properly with fellow humans rather than pompous grandiose religious observances. This parchment (× mm) by Jekuthiel Sofer emulated the Ten Commandments at the Amsterdam Esnoga synagogue.

The Ten Commandments (Hebrew: עֲשֶׂרֶת הַדִּבְּרוֹת, Aseret ha'Dibrot), also known in Christianity as the Decalogue, are a set of biblical principles relating to ethics and worship. The name given by the Greek fathers to the ten commandments; "the ten words," as the original is more literally rendered (Exodus ).These commandments were at first written on two stone slabs (), which were broken by Moses throwing them down on the ground ().They were written by God a second time ().The decalogue is alluded to in the New Testament five times (Matthew18, 19; Mark.

This book deals solely with the 10 Commandments. Emmet gives his viewpoint of the written verbal meaning as well as the deeper underlying spiritual meaning of the commandment. Both meanings are good and applicable but to grow one must think beyond the mere written law and the deeper meaning of the laws.

flag 1 like Like see review/5(15). The Ritual Decalogue is a list of laws at Exodus –These laws are similar to the Covenant Code and are followed by the phrase "ten commandments" (Hebrew: עשרת הדברים ‎ aseret ha-dvarîm, in Exodus ).Although the phrase "Ten Commandments" has traditionally been interpreted as referring to a very different set of laws, in Exodus –17, many scholars believe it.

The Decalogue was developed in the mid ’90s by Domenico Lepore and Oded Cohen and published by North River Press in in a book called Deming and Goldratt: The Decalogue. In the ensuing years, the book was translated into several languages, circulated in tens of thousands of copies and adopted by many academic institutions worldwide.

The Decalogue of Montessori - The oldest version of the Decalogue of Montessori was found in a AMI Journal. Not necessarily written by Dr Montessori herself, but an overview of her ideas. Definitely something for all adults to think about, especially as teachers.The Old Testament (as well as the New Testament) makes various distinctions between the Decalogue and other Mosaic laws.

The Pentateuch differentiates between the Decalogue and other Mosaic laws in various ways: the Decalogue is considered as “the ten words” (Exod. ; Deut. ; ), as written with the finger of God on stone tablets (Exod.

; ; Deut. ; ), as the.“Decalogue Five” is about a murderer who seems completely amoral. To understand him is not to forgive him.

But the story also focuses on his defense attorney, a young man trying his first case and passionately opposed to the death penalty. “Decalogue Nine” is .