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Digest of the divine law

Author: Howard B Rand
Publisher: Merrimac, Mass., Destiny [1943]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Howard B Rand
OCLC Number: 444701
Description: xxiv, 248 pages 21 cm
Contents: Chapter I. The divine law --
Scope of the divine law --
A law unto man --
Transgression of the law --
Enactments of men --
Perfection of the law --
Knowledge essential --
Definition of sin --
Law vs. grace --
Cause of confusion --
Laws and ordinances --
The new covenant --
The added ritual --
A need today --
Chapter II. Law is the essence of life --
In the beginning --
History of law --
Antediluvian civilization --
The giving of the law --
Scriptural evidence of antiquity --
Moses codified the law --
The law vs. ritual --
Law essential --
Christian anarchists --
Presumptuous sin --
Law confirmed by Jesus --
The servant nation --
Administration of law essential --
Chapter III. The organization of the kingdom --
Kingdom parables --
The house of Jacob --
Kingdom not of this world --
House of Jacob becomes a kingdom --
Acceptance of charter --
Confounding the skeptics --
Ratification of the charter --
Choosing a race --
A kingdom without end --
Judgment upon Israel --
Physical and spiritual birth --
Kingdom of priests and a holy nation --
Times of spiritual birth --
The seven times --
Two civilizations --
Chapter IV. The individual and family --
Consequence of disobedience --
A call to repentance --
Individual and family important --
Reason for violence --
Protection of the individual --
Theological failure --
Codification of the law --
The great commandment --
The Golden Rule --
Christian and Jew --
Division of the Law --
The laws of health --
Reason for sickness --
Healing available now --
Clean and unclean animals --
Promise of healing --
Thou shalt not --
Abominable things forbidden --
Broth of abominable things --
Diseases of Egypt --
Way of life and death --
Sanctified meat --
Peter's vision --
Meat offered idols --
Healing in atonement --
Ordinance in the church --
Seeking the physicians --
Chapter V. Our relationship to God --
The greatest commandment --
Love fulfills the law --
Thou shalt not --
Importance of Pentecost --
The Ten Commandments --
The first commandments --
Impossible to serve God and Mammon --
Must not forget God --
Judgment for disobedience --
The second commandment --
Serving idols --
Worshipping gold --
The burying of gold --
The third commandment --
Taking His name in vain --
Cursing and swearing --
Speaking contemptuously of God --
The fourth commandment --
The Sabbath Day --
Barometer of spirituality --
The law of the Sabbaths --
Which day? --
Joshua's long day --
The fifth commandment --
Tradition of men --
A closed book Chapter VI. Our relationship to our neighbor --
The sixth commandment --
Capital punishment mandatory --
Swiftness of justice --
Specific judgments --
The seventh commandment --
Death for adultery --
The eighth commandment --
Judgment for stealing --
Personal responsibility --
The ninth commandment --
Examination of witnesses --
Talebearing forbidden --
The tenth commandment --
Reason for violence --
Individual requirement --
Chapter VII. Three important laws --
Progress and poverty --
Failure of capitalism --
The perfect system --
Medium of exchange necessary --
Destruction of goods --
Under consumption --
The love of money --
Establishment of gold standard --
The foundation of true prosperity --
Inflation impossible --
Interest forbidden --
Taxation --
Purpose of government --
Rewarding the shiftless --
Israel system of taxation --
Chapter VIII. Management and labor --
Pressure upon employer --
Control of values --
Financial pressure --
A third party --
Paying tribute --
Foundation for security --
Law against oppression --
Judgment upon the oppressor --
Just return possible --
Labor and public works --
Periods of rest --
Promised blessings --
Chapter IX. Property rights --
Basis of property rights --
Importance of inheritance --
Law of the land --
Use of the surplus --
The year of restoration --
Leases and redemption --
Land free from taxation --
Property distinction --
Protection of property rights --
Land has no sale value --
Homes for all --
Assurance of private ownership --
Natural resources --
Chapter X. Organization and administration of government --
Law essential --
Purpose of government --
Seeking the kingdom --
Government non existent --
Organization of governments --
Two civilizations --
Ultimate world rule --
Type of men holding office --
Government of administration --
Two major functions --
King or President --
Revenue --
Monetary system --
Representative form of government --
Three types of government --
Israel's form of government --
United States constitution --
Governmental shortcomings --
Vanity of Israel --
Representative Constitutional government Chapter XI. Jurisprudence and the judiciary --
Court of appeals --
Civil service --
Court procedure --
Purpose of trial --
Examination of witnesses --
False witnesses --
Number of witnesses --
Treating poor and rich alike --
Kidnapping --
Imprisonment --
Judgments of the Lord --
Punishment to fit crime --
The law unchanged --
Personal responsibilities --
The financially irresponsible --
Stealing --
Civic responsibility --
Protecting property rights --
Custodian of property --
Borrowed goods --
Protecting others --
Assisting others --
A man's word --
Temperate in all things --
Against drunkenness --
Respect for judges --
Presumptuous sins --
Swiftness of justice --
Divine jurisprudence --
Chapter XII. When thou goest forth to war --
Tasks assigned kingdom --
Individual and national obligations --
Two swords --
The law of murder --
Unprovoked attacks --
Balaam's prophecy --
God's battle axe --
Individual relationships --
Jesus Christ the Warrior --
Registration and arming --
Aggression forbidden --
Purpose of armament --
Israel's righteousness --
Who are enemies? --
Priest's charge to people --
Jehoshaphat restores administration --
Prayer for deliverance --
The deliverance --
God grants a respite --
Powerlessness of armament --
Sennacherib defies God --
Assyrians destroyed --
Release from military service --
Lovers protected --
The timid and afraid --
Proclaim peace --
Act of a merciful God --
Preserving fruit trees --
Pacifist leaders condemned --
War inescapable --
The coming of peace --
Chapter XIII. The king's instruction to his cabinet --
A child is born --
The messenger of the covenant --
Instruction for citizenship --
The gentle in spirit --
The poor and those who mourn --
The inheritors of the earth --
Those who desire righteousness --
The merciful --
Persecution and ridicule --
The law and the prophets --
Written into the heart --
Personal conversation --
Vengeance forbidden --
The Lord's Prayer --
Forgiven as we forgive --
God tempts no man --
Your heart and treasure --
Education --
Serving one master --
Worry forbidden --
Necessities of life --
Judging others --
Holy things --
Gifts from God --
The Golden Rule --
The narrow way --
The wise and foolish --
In the sight of God --
Coming administration --
Ananias and Sapphira --
All creation suffers --
Learn war no more --
Healing in kingdom --
Perfection of the law.
Responsibility: [by] Howard B. Rand, LL. B.

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