"Written in Stone: The Ten Commandments and Today's Moral Crisis" by Philip Graham Ryken

Thursday, 03 May 2007

Frequent Modern Reformation contributer Philip Ryken's Written in Stone is a wonderfully accessible treatment of the Ten Commandments. Drawn from sermons first preached at Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, this book's great strength is its unoriginality. In an age where many evangelicals have jettisoned the moral law and some Reformed types have overreacted by making the law part of the grounds for justification, Ryken's book stands firmly in the broad Reformed consensus, represented by the Westminster Standards, on the abiding validity of the moral law for today, on the three uses of the ...

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