This book, In Defense of the Decalogue, seeks to both critique the major tenets of NCT and support the perpetuity of the Decalogue under the New Covenant from an exegetical basis. It argues that NCT goes astray at the point of exegesis. It also argues that NCT has misread historical theology in some crucial areas. The book ends with pertinent challenges to NCT.
If you are interested in the issues related to continuity and discontinuity between the testaments, the relationship between the various biblical covenants, and the function of the Ten Commandments in redemptive history, then this book is for you....Continua