Amandus Polanus on the moral law

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Again the law of God, is either perpetual, or for a certain time. The perpetual law of God, is that law which doth always bind all reasonable creatures to obedience: and that is called the moral law. The moral law is that law which teacheth how every one ought to behave himself, in inward, and outward manners, that his whole life may be agreeable to God’s will.

The sum of that is comprehended in the decalogue or ten commandments. The decalogue or ten commandments is a brief sum of the moral law, containing ten precepts. And that is divided into two tables or parts. The first table containeth four commandments, concerning our duties toward God, or concerning love towards God, or concerning his worship. ...

For the reference, see Amandus Polanus on the moral law.
 
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