Table of contents for The decalogue in the Sermon on the Mount / Dan Lioy.


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Contents
Editor's Preface 		ix
Acknowledgments 		xi
Chapter 1: The Moral Law's Enduring Relevance 		1
	The Continuity and Discontinuity between the Testaments 		1
	The Relevancy and Applicability of the Moral Law 		6
	The Relationship between the Decalogue and the
	 Sermon on the Mount 		7
	The Study to Be Conducted 		8
	The Unsettled State of Biblical Scholarship 		9
	Conclusion 		12
Chapter 2: The Biblical Concept of the Law 		13
	Legal Terms in the Old Testament 		13
	Legal Terms in the New Testament 		15
	The Nature of the Law 		16
	The Types of Law		17
	The Divine Intent Behind the Law 		26
	The Purposes of the Law 		27
	Jesus and the Law 		29
	The Relevancy of the Moral Law for Christians 		31
	Conclusion 		33
Chapter 3: An Overview of the Decalogue 		35
	The Prominence of the Decalogue in Various
	 Religious Traditions 		35
	The Enumeration of the Decalogue in Various
	 Religious Traditions 		36
	The Issue of the Sabbath in Various Religious Traditions 		40
	The Decalogue as a Suzerainty Royal Treaty 		46
	Conclusion 		48
Chapter 4: A Content Analysis of the Decalogue 		51
	Historical Prologue (Exodus 20:1-2; Deuteronomy 5:1-6) 		51
	Stipulations to Be Followed (Exodus 20:3-17; 
	 Deuteronomy 5:7-21) 		54
	Conclusion 		83
Chapter 5: An Overview of the Sermon on the Mount 		85
	Content Survey 		85
	Structural Overview 		96
	Interpretation and Application of the Sermon on the Mount 		104
	Conclusion 		116
Chapter 6: A Content Analysis of the Sermon on the Mount 		117
	Prologue (Matthew 5:1-2a) 		117
	The Joy, Fulfillment, and Responsibilities of
	 Christ's Followers (Matthew 5:2b-16) 		118
	The Moral Law of God and the Nature of its
	 Absolute Requirements (Matthew 5:17-7:12) 		135
	The Direction, Lifestyle, and Spiritual Foundation
	 Of Christ's Followers (Matthew 7:13-27) 		179
	Epilogue (Matthew 7:28-29) 		186
	Conclusion 		187
Chapter 7: An Affirmation of the Moral Law's Enduring Relevance 		189
	The Biblical and Theological Relationship between the
	 Decalogue and the Sermon on the Mount 		189
	The Decalogue's Structure and the Arrangement of the
	 Sermon on the Mount 		194
	The Extent to which the Church Is Obligated to 
	 Obey the Sermon on the Mount 		195
	The Relevancy of the Moral Law for the Church 		197
	The Extent to which Christians Are Obligated to
	 Obey the Moral Law 		198
	The Nature and Extent of the Moral Law's Continuing
	 Relevance for the Church 		200
	Areas for Future Research 		201
Notes 		203
Bibliography 		281
Subject Index (anticipated) 		313
References Index (anticipated) 		315
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Sermon on the mount Criticism, interpretation, etc, Ten commandments Criticism, interpretation, etc, Bible, N, T, Matthew Relation to Exodus, Bible, O, T, Exodus Relation to Matthew