The Mosaic age lasted from the giving of the Law at Mount Sinai until Jesus died (a period of nearly 1,600 years).
What was the purpose of the Mosaic Law?
The Mosaic laws govern both domains—regulating worship as well as criminal law, family law, and torts—although the particular regulations are generally kept separate. A third noteworthy attribute is the form the regulations take. The Ten Commandments are direct, absolute, and incontestable.
What is included in the Mosaic Law?
The Mosaic Law is the law, which God gave to the Israelites through Moses, according to the Old Testament. The Law begins with the Ten Commandments and includes the many rules of religious observance given in the first five books of the Hebrew Bible, called the Pentateuch.
What is meant by Mosaic law?
: the ancient Hebrew moral and ceremonial law attributed to Moses.