And Then There Were Nine…: How to live up to the ten commandments
Searle, David C
"It is a thought-provoking study....it is a book worth reading, which will stimulate the mind and the heart."See All
"...a book worth reading, which will stimulate the mind and the heart."See All
CLC World Magazine
"How good to see a book like this!...challenging, very practical, and is a timely reminder to our age that Christianity is all about worshipping and revering a God who is holy and has the best interests of his creatures at heart."See All
Stornoway, The Rutherford Journal of Church Ministry
"Pastoral and prophetic, clear and convicting, David Searle's gentle survey of God's blockbusting ten commandments overflows with truth and wisdom. I would like to see it made compulsory reading for all church members."See All
J. I. Packer
Regent College, Vancouver
"Part of our contemporary problem is that many church people cry 'legalism' the moment God's law is mentioned. No one who reads David's work can justly do so, for all that he says is founded in love and flows from the saving grace of God in Christ, with clear illustrations from a long and fruitful pastoral experience. If even a large minority of the church would put it into practice, I suspect we would see major changes in society."See All
Douglas F. Kelly
Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, NC
"No one's perfect"
How many times have you heard that excuse for not behaving well?
Christians know that "no one is perfect" but we also have a perfect standard as our example!
The Ten Commandments have been regarded by many as the benchmark of a civilized society‐but what is their relevance to our everyday lives? What is their relevance to the New Testament Christian Church? How are they still binding on the Christian?
In this easy-to-read book, David Searle answers those questions with honesty and realism.