IS THE BIBLE REALLY THE LAW? by JR JUDGE TENNANT M. SMALLWOOD

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Does the Bible have laws that govern us on trespass, torts, duty, adoption, marriage, divorce, inheritance, contracts, redemption and witnesses? Why was trespass so important in the Bible and under the common law? Are covenants and contracts the same? What is the difference between legal, moral and spiritual duty? Does the law require us to pay for wrongs other commit? What does the Old Testament, Jesus and Paul say about divorce? Can we inherit from God? In the Bible property had to be redeemed and people in servitude had to be redeemed. What was Boas’ redemption and marriage to Ruth important to Jesus?
 

About JR JUDGE TENNANT M. SMALLWOOD

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Judge Tennant M. Smallwood is a native of a small cotton mill city where he worked at various jobs to earn money to attend college. He worked his way thru college and law school. He served in churches and worked in law until he was appointed a judge in municipal court where he served from 1968 to 1994. He developed many programs such as a DUI Counter Attack program and a Defensive Driver program. He was one of only eight judges in the U.S. to receive an award for traffic court excellence. In 1994 Judge Smallwood was elected to circuit court where he presides over jury trials some of which are complex. Judge Smallwood was re elected without opposition in 2000.
 
Published January 17, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 136 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Professional & Technical, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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