Old Testament Law In Scripture

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Thesis: This paper will show principles learned to describe the purpose of understanding different biblical interpretation, rather than, expressing personal thoughts and emotions of Old and New Testaments.
Introduction: In order to appreciate the role of the Old Testament law in Scripture, need to face all of the Old Testament law is still the word of God for us even though it is not still the command of God to us. Israel’s problem in the Old Testament was not with their inability to keep the law; it was their choosing not to do so. So the role of the law in Israel is especially important for us to know well, because here we examples of God’s own character being expressed in the laws he gave to Israel as they worshipped him and lived in a loving
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At this point in time, God reveals himself to his people and delivers them out Egypt to establish a covenant with them in the desert. This covenant is declared in Exodus 20:1-17, which the Lord speaks and is also known as the Ten Commandments, indicating, this was the law or covenant to Israel. Therefore, the biblical interpretation of Exodus 21:10, “If he takes to himself another woman, he may not reduce her food, her clothing, or her conjugal right,” shows, the responsibility to the law of Israel for those that were not believers. Reason being, God placed a covenant in Exodus 20:14, “You shall not commit adultery” and in the twenty-first century, clearly this would be an indication of adultery, resulting in divorce. Again, Qur’an in Islam is parallel to Exodus 21:10, the law determines the outcome of the culture’s ordinance among the people. Ordinarily, in the twenty-first century the New Testament converts the laws different according Hebrew …show more content…
For finding fault with them, He says, Behold, the days are coming, says the Lord, When I will effect a New Covenant, With the House of Israel and with the House of Judah; Not like the covenant which I made with their Fathers on the day when I took them by the Hand to lead them out of the Land of Egypt; For they did not continue in My covenant, and I did not care for them, says the Lord. For this is the covenant that I will make with the House of Israel after those Days, says the Lord; I will put my law in their minds and I will write them on their hearts. And I will be their God. And they shall be my people. And they shall not teach everyone His fellow citizen, and everyone His brother, saying, “Know the Lord”, For all will know Me, From the Least to the Greatest of them, For I will be merciful to their iniquities. And I will remember their sins no

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