Monthly Archives: March 2013

Dwelling in Deuteronomy

The Ten Commandments as Cultural Foundation — Deuteronomy 5:1-21 Time is moving slowly for the Israelites. They are eager to enter the Promised Land but Moses delays them so that he can remind them, repeatedly and emphatically, of all the … Continue reading

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Dwelling in Deuteronomy

Deuteronomy 4:41-43 Cities of Refuge These three verses catch us by surprise. We would hardly expect a great affirmation of monotheism to be followed immediately by a report on the establishing of cities of safe haven. It is that oddity, … Continue reading

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Bible Study Overview – 4

Have you read the first few posts? I especially hope you’ve read the first one, entitled “Agassiz and the Fish.” It emphasizes the lesson I want to repeat repeatedly: There is no real Bible study that is not grounded in … Continue reading

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