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?


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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