Item description for The Ten Commandments: They Still Work! by Martin Alexander Case...
Overview The secular pundits and pollsters, along with some from the religious community, are trying to convince America that the Ten Commandments were designed for an ancient world. They say these laws are no longer relevant, that the advanced thinking of the modern world can do better. So the Ten Commandments are being removed from public places, and are no longer taught to our children in public schools. Dr. Martin Case believes that, contrary to popular belief, the Ten Commandments were not given only for the ancient world, but for the world today. The truth about the Ten Commandments is that they are a gift from a loving God. Dr. Case shows God's original purpose and intent of His laws, and how they can be applied to our culture today. We do not need new laws; we need to rediscover and obey the original ten laws God gave us centuries ago. Why? Because they still work!
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Studio: Salem Communications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.54" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.44" Weight: 0.46 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2001
Publisher Salem Communications
ISBN 1931232180 ISBN13 9781931232180
Availability 135 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 22, 2017 08:16.
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More About Martin Alexander Case
Case has served in the ministries of the United Methodist Church since 1953, taking him to three conferences and in various leadership roles. He received his master's of divinity degree from Asbury Theological Seminary, and did graduate work at Lutheran Seminary in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. He was awarded an honorary doctorate from Wesley Biblical Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi, in 1988.