Good books on conservative Reformed moral theology?

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What are some good books on conservative Reformed moral theology that you would recommend? I have John Frame’s “The Doctrine of the Christian Life” and J. Douma’s “The Ten Commandments.” I find them to be very helpful and good. Any other recommendations?


Hi, The best books that will lead you to God will must be in harmony with the Bible.  Read all the books of Ellen G White. Specially the one: “Step to Christ.

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Ellen was a false prophet who invented a cult, and said Christ’s atonement wasn’t finished on the cross but was finished in heaven just 200 years ago. She’s not reformed btw


One of Michael Horton’s older books, “The Law of Perfect Freedom: Relating to God and Others through the Ten Commandments” might be worth looking at. I read it a long time ago, and it was helpful for me in understanding Reformed approach to God’s moral law.

It’s a lot shorter than Frame’s book, btw. A *lot* shorter


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