This issue has outstanding contributors to the topic "The Ten Commandments."
Table of Contents and contributors for this issue:
Jordan J. Ballor (Center for Religion, Culture & Democracy), "Reconciling Virtues and the Decalogue: Zacharias Ursinus (1534–1583) on the Ethical Teachings of the Heidelberg Catechism."
Harold Shank (Global Christian Studies and Network 127), "The Decalogue and Justice for Children: the Value and the Vulnerability of Children."
R. Mark Shipp (Independent Scholar), "The Sixth Commandment: To Kill or Not to Kill."
Keith D. Stanglin (Center for Christian Studies), "The Ten Commandments for New Testament Christians."
Kevin J. Youngblood (Harding University), "Who Is My Neighbor? Parallelism and Identification of Neighbors in Deuteronomy’s Decalogue."
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