Law, Old

 ; Mosaic Law
   These expressions refer to the Law of Moses, which Christians consider the first stage of revealed law and so the preparation for the Gospel.
   See Torah; Pentateuch; Law (biblical). (See CCC 1961-1964)

Glossary of theological terms. . 2014.

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