Decalogue book recommendations

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ccravens

Puritan Board Freshman
I am desiring to do a study of the 10 Commandments. I have Thomas Watson, and Kevin DeYoung's The Ten Commandments.

I'd like to get suggestions for 2 more books that would be of greatest value here. One older and one newer author would be nice (as I have above) but not necessary.

Thanks in advance.
 

Taylor Sexton

Puritan Board Junior
Another work I have referenced often is John Frame's Doctrine of the Christian Life. He has a lengthy section expositing the Ten Commandments.
 

Regi Addictissimus

Completely sold out to the King
I am desiring to do a study of the 10 Commandments. I have Thomas Watson, and Kevin DeYoung's The Ten Commandments.

I'd like to get suggestions for 2 more books that would be of greatest value here. One older and one newer author would be nice (as I have above) but not necessary.

Thanks in advance.
Wilhelmus Á Brakel - Christian's Reasonable Service volume three
James Durham
Calvin's Institutes and sermons on the Commandments.
I'll check my library for some more recommendations when I get home from work.
 

ccravens

Puritan Board Freshman
Rushdoony may be biting off a little more than I can chew at this time, but Á Brakel and Durham look good.

I forgot to look in the Institutes. Duh.
John Gill didn't have much, which surprised me a little.
 

bookslover

Puritan Board Doctor
There's Patrick Fairbairn's The Revelation of Law in Scripture, which was re-issued a few years back. More than an exposition of the 10 Commandments, though.
 

bookslover

Puritan Board Doctor
Rushdoony may be biting off a little more than I can chew at this time, but Á Brakel and Durham look good.

I forgot to look in the Institutes. Duh.
John Gill didn't have much, which surprised me a little.
Rushdoony was a theonomist, so he's really going to be into the Ten Commandments. Heh.
 
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