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Ten Commandments Twice Removed
Ten Commandments Twice Removed
Author: Shelly Quinn, Danny Shelton
ISBN-13: 9781883012403
ISBN-10: 1883012406
Publication Date: 4/2006
Pages: 127
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Remnant Publications
Book Type: Paperback
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a small book with a powerful message and lesson.
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Personally, I feel this book is a waste of the paper it is printed on. The whole book is an argument supporting the authors opinion that the Sabbath should be celebrated on Saturday and not Sunday. The first part of the book establishes that the Ten Commandments are still in effect today, and the next part concludes that therefore, per the 4th Commandment, the Sabbath should rightly be celebrated on Saturday. It states that the change to Sunday is "Satan's stategy to cause separation between God and man. Do you see how Satan is trying to establish his mark of authority by exalting a counterfeit over the true Sabbath of God's Word?" This book is very anti-Catholic also. This reminds me of the words of Bishop Fulton Sheen, "There are not over a hundred people in the United States who hate the Catholic Church. There are millions, however, who hate what they wrongly believe to be the Catholic Church, which is of course, quite a different thing."
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A great Bible study and very informative.
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Well, it is interesting....I guess...
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Great book! A "Must read" for everyone who believes in the Ten Commandments and God's unchanging word. The authors bring many interesting points to the discussion of whether the Ten Commandments are still relevant in the 21st century. I literally could not put this book down.
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The authors of this book present sound Biblical truth and it's given me a rock solid understanding of God's Ten Commandments. It takes courage to follow God and I appreciate the clear writing.
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Great gift book! A backlash of attention to the Ten Commandments- unleashed by recent U.S. Court rulings- rallied Christians in defense of public display. Amid the crescendo pf concern, a lone voice vies for attention, " If you love me , Keep my commandments". (John 14:15)

Is our defense of the Ten Commandments triggered simply by a sentimental interest of Christian culture? Is it possible the Church stands before God as guilty as our government for our discarding the Decalogue?

With unflinching conviction, the authors join their voices with great Christian leaders like Billy Graham, D.L. Moody, John Wesley and Charles Spurgeon , to trumpet the truth-God never revoked the his Ten Commandments!

The book answers critical questions with compelling clarity and Bible evidence. Did the ten commandments exist before MT. Sinai? Were they nailed to the cross? How do we de-mystify Paul's writings about the law? Does man have authority to change God's law?
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THIS BOOK WAS VERY INFORMATIVE ON WHAT IS GOING ON. OUR TEN COMMANDMENTS IS AND SHOULD BE SHOWN WHERE EVER WE WANT IT.
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This book answers critical questions with compelling clarity and bible evidence.Such as Did the Ten commandments exist before Mt.Sinai?Were they nailed to the cross?How do we mistify pauls writings about the law?Does man have authority to change God's law?It's a very good book.
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A backlash of attention to the Ten Commandments--unleashed by recent U.S. court rulings--rallied Christians in defense of its public display. Amid the cresendo of concern, a lone voice vies for attention, "If you love Me, keep my commandments" (John 14:15).
Is our defense of the Ten Commandments triggered simply by a sentimental interest of Christian culture? Is it posssible the Church stands before God as guilty as our government for discarding the Decalogue?With unflinching conviction, the authors join their voices with great Christian leaders like Billy Graham, D. L. Moody, John Wesley, and Charles Spurgeon, to trumpet the truth-- God never revoked His Ten Commandments!This book answers critical questions with compelling clarity and Bible evidence. Did the Ten Commandment exist before Mt. Sinae? Were they nailed to the cross? How do we de-mystify Paul's writings about the Law? Does man have authority to change God's law