David A. Dorsey taught about the Old Testament for 34 years at Evangelical Seminary. He understands that equality, fairness, and respect are important aspects of the fundamental charter, and society can be ruled by these factors independently.
The instructions in the Old Attestation were made to govern the Jewish people, while the New Covenant governs the believers of Christ. Jesus claims that the Ten Commandments were given through Him to Moses and further summarized them into two, which state that we should love God and our neighbors. Some of the regulations which deal with moral law are still applicable, unlike the ceremonial ones.
The Law of Moses laid a good foundation for the gospel because it included baptism, repentance, the rules of carnal commandments, and the remission of sins. It helps to keep both Christians and non-Christians free from sin and under check.
This does not prevent people from sinning but rather blocks further damage in society. In comparison to Dorsey’s approach with the Stuart and Richter approach, they all aim to have a morally upright community without hurting others.
As per the theological insights, one of God’s values is that He is eternal. He is self-sufficient, self-existent, simple, infinite, and omnipotent. He does not depend on anything He created to exist, and therefore, He is eternally independent.
He has no beginning, and every good resides in Him. He is glorified by the heavens since every power, beauty, and wisdom reflects His heavenly nature. There is nothing human beings can offer Him except obedience to His commands which is the only way to know His fullness.