Section I: How can any of God’s laws be obsolete?
Chapter 1. The strange variety of Old Testament laws
Chapter 2. Does God make mistakes?
Chapter 3. Circumcision: a new way to keep an old law
Chapter 4. The eternal validity of God’s law
Chapter 5. A Christian council about Old Testament laws – a study of Acts 15
Chapter 6. The biblical explanation: The new covenant makes some biblical laws obsolete
Chapter 7. Hebrews and the change in covenants – a study of Hebrews 7-10
Chapter 8. “The law is holy, just and good” – a study of Matthew 5
Section II: “Remember the Sabbath day”
Chapter 9. Was the Sabbath commanded at creation?
Chapter 10. The Sabbath and the Ten Commandments
Chapter 11. The prophets and the Sabbath
Chapter 12. Jesus and the Sabbath: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John
Chapter 13. Example of the apostles
Chapter 14. Paul and the Sabbath – a study of Col. 2, Rom. 14, and Eph. 2
Chapter 15. A better way to rest – a study of Hebrews 3-4 – and miscellaneous questions
Chapter 16. Sabbath and Sunday in the early church
Section III: Other laws
Chapter 17. The role of the Ten Commandments in Christian life – a study of 2 Cor. 3
Chapter 18. Mildew, meats, and cleanliness
Chapter 19. Annual festivals
Chapter 20. Tithing – including a study of 1 Cor. 9
Chapter 21. Behavioral expectations in the new covenant
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