I picked up a used book on this topic and plan to give it a read soon. The book or this topic seems to be one which would be explored in a Biblical Theology course at the seminary level, as by looking at the book it appears to be of that nature. But I have to wonder if the moral law is relevant or to be applied to todays dispensation? I am aware I am a heavy advocate of the moral law in todays Dispensation, which may indeed not make me a Dispensationalist for advocating this view, of perhaps a confused Dispensationalist, but I am not alone for not fully understanding this topic. Different views on this topic: Non-Theonomic Reformed View Theonomic Reformed View Dispensational View Modified Lutheran View Can some explain to me why this issue is a debate in the Reformed and Lutheran camps, but not in the Arminian or Dispensationalism camps? A interesting article on the topic. http://www.founders.org/journal/fj28/article1.html People on this board have a view on this issue so lets hear it. Perhaps after I read the book I will come to a different conclusion on my view of the LAW in todays Dispensation.