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Greek - law
Greek - without law, without the law
Greek - transgress the law, transgression of the law, lawless deed, lawless deeds, lawlessness
Greek - opponent at law
Greek - lawless, unlawful, without law, lawless one, without the law
Greek - lawful, under law, under the law
Greek - law courts
Greek - go to law, lawsuits
Greek - go to law, goes to law
Greek - law, Law, laws
Greek - about the law, lawyer, Law, lawyers
Greek - doctor of the law, teacher of the law, teacher of the Law, teachers of the Law
Greek - giving of the law
Greek - receive the law, received the Law
Greek - daughter in law, daughter-in-law
Greek - contrary to the law, in violation of the law
Greek - mother in law, mother-in-law
Greek - father in law, father-in-law
Hebrew - law, become the son-in-law, son-in-law
Hebrew - law, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, sons-in-law
Hebrew - duty as a brother-in-law
Hebrew - father in law, father-in-law
Hebrew - daughter in law, daughter-in-law, daughters-in-law
Hebrew - law, Law, laws
Hebrew - law
Hebrew - law, lawgiver
Hebrew - law
Hebrew - law, laws
Hebrew - law, laws
Hebrew - sister in law, sister-in-law
Hebrew - law, lawful
Hebrew - mother in law, mother-in-law
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Law -

The word is properly used, in Scripture as elsewhere, to express a definite commandment laid down by any recognized authority; but when the word is used with the article, and without any words of limitation, it refers to the expressed will to God, and in nine cases out of ten to the Mosaic law, or to the Pentateuch of which it forms the chief portion. The Hebrew word torah (law) lays more stress on its moral authority, as teaching the truth and guiding in the right way; the Greek nomos (law), on its constraining power as imposed and enforced by a recognized authority. The sense of the word, however, extends its scope and assumes a more abstracts character in the writings of St. Paul. Nomos , when used by him with the article, still refers in general to the law of Moses; but when used without the article, so as to embrace any manifestation of "law," it includes all powers which act on the will of man by compulsion, or by the pressure of external motives, whether their commands be or be not expressed in definite forms. The occasional use of the word "law" (as in (Romans 3:27) "law of faith") to denote an internal principle of action does not really mitigate against the general rule. It should also be noticed that the title "the Law" is occasionally used loosely to refer to the whole of the Old Testament, as in (John 10:34) referring to (Psalms 82:6) in (John 15:25) referring to (Psalms 35:19) and in (1 Corinthians 14:21) referring to (Isaiah 28:11,12)


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Smith, William, Dr. "Entry for 'Law'". "Smith's Bible Dictionary".
<http://classic.studylight.org/dic/sbd/view.cgi?number=T2651>. 1901.

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