Ten Commandments, Rooker

Mark F. Rooker, Ph.D., The Ten Commandments: Ethics for the Twenty-First Century, published 2010. Rooker is professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The book is very readable, follows the same format each chapter (Introduction, Old Testament, New Testament, and some other insights, Conclusion), very conservative man who believes the Bible to be God’s word, but has some technicality from Hebrew throughout, limiting the readership.  His quotes from others, especially the early fathers, is very helpful. What is astonishing is that he does not mention abortion or homosexuality. Mildly dispensational. 240 pages.

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