Historically, the Sermon on the Law has represented for many the totality of Alexander Campbells view of the OT. However, this article argues that the Sermon on the Law is not comprehensive of Campbells view of the OT but merely presents a single hermeneutical principle. By examining Campbells use of the OT in his other writings and his early development, this article contends that Campbell recognized the OT as part of inspired revelation useful for many aspects of the Christian life.
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