God's Ten Commandments: Yesterday, Today, Forever

By: Lee, Francis Nigel

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New paperback book copy of God's Ten Commandments: Yesterday, Today, Forever by Rev. Dr. Adv. Francis Nigel Lee. Ventura CA: Nordskog Publishing, 2007. 5 x 8 inches, 21 cm. List price 11.95. From the copyright page: Dr. Lee authored the gist of this book in an extended article published in Blue Banner Faith and Life, Vol 29:1, 1974 (Beaver Falls, PA, U.S.A.). While Scholar-in-Residence at Christian Studies Center in Memphis, Tennessee, the material, in abridged form, appeared in the booklet, Ten Commandments Today! (The Lord's Day Observance Society, London, 1976). A Table Illustration of God's Eternal Moral Law (pages 82-83) is reworked from the author's 1966 Th.D. thesis, The Covenantal Sabbath.Always! Free Standard Shipping in USA!

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Introduction: God calls upon Christians to sanctify the Lord God in your hearts, and always be ready to give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you, with meekness and fear (1Pet. 3:15, nkjv ). As we obey Him, we must defend the faith in such a way that it sanctifies the Lord in our hearts. We must defend the faith from a position of faith. Too many defenses of the faith cede the method of approach to the unbeliever and end up proving at best the possibility that a god exists not the certainty that the God of Scripture exists.Let us see how we may do this. . . .The non-Christian must ultimately explain the universe not on the basis of the all-organizing, self-sufficient, all-wise, personal God as his starting point but rather by nebulous, chaotic, impersonal chance. He asserts that the universe was produced by a combination of impersonal chance plus an enormous span of time. Thus the ultimate starting point and the all-conditioning environment of the universe is time plus chance. Consequently, rational science is rooted in the irrationality of chance. The scientist cannot speak of design or purpose in the universe because there is no designer or purpose. There can be no goal or purpose in a random system.-- Nigel Lee, author

Title: God's Ten Commandments: Yesterday, Today, Forever

Author/Composer: Lee, Francis Nigel

Categories: Old Testament,

Publisher: Nordskog Publishing Inc.: 2007-12-01

ISBN Number: 0979673623

ISBN Number 13: 9780979673627

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: 001511

Keywords: Christian Books, Ten Commandments, Francis Nigel Lee,