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What is the relationship between the Mosaic Law and the New Testament Christian? What is the standard for Christian conduct? Where does the Christian find his code of ethics? Are the Ten Commandments the highest expression of God's unchanging moral law? Many serious sudents of the Bible disagree on the answers to the above questions. In this booklet, Tom Wells defends the position of many--including John Owen and John G. Reisinger--who hold that there are two distinct covenants, rather than a twofold administration of the same covenant, and that each covenant has its own law. Tom writes, "Often when I am talking to someone who disagrees with me on the matter of the Mosaic Law, I feel the urge to cry out, 'but we are Christians!' (By 'we', I mean both my fellow Christian who does not see things my way, and myself.) Why would I want to do that? Because as a fellow slave of Jesus Christ I fear that he is not granting the Lord Jesus his crown rights. I do not often cry that out, of course. Even believers who outstrip me in love to Christ would hardly know what I was talking about. The message is not difficult, however. A slave looks to his master for his orders."
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