The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Law
The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Law offers the most up-to-date and extensive treatment of biblical law attempted in a comparable genre. The work focuses biblical law, its nature, collections, and genres, such as the Book of the Covenant, the Deuteronomic Code, the Decalogue/Ten Commandments, testimony and witnesses, trial procedure, judges, law in the New Testament, etc. It also focuses on the ancient contexts of biblical law, such as everyday law in ancient Israel, the Middle Assyrian Laws, the Laws of Lipit-Ishtar, Greco-Roman law, the Twelve Tablets, Early Jewish Law, etc. Lastly, it includes the afterlife and influence of biblical law, especially via and on English Common Law and jurisprudence in the United States.
Oxford University Press
Law and Religion, Law and Christianity