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Weekly Torah Commentary - Eikev August 26, 2016

Deuteronomy 7:12-11:25

You shall remember all the way which the Lord your God has led you in the wilderness these forty years, that He might humble you, testing you, to know what was in your heart, whether you would keep His commandments or not.  940 more words

Weekly Torah Commentary

At God's Command

Let’s think back to Genesis and the story of Noah for a moment. The world was flooded with evil, waves upon waves of sin swept over the hearts of those who once loved God. 605 more words

Deuteronomy

Ekev: In God We Trust

“If you shall say in your heart: ‘These nations are more than I; how can I drive them out?’ you shall not be afraid of them; you shall well remember what the LORD your God did to Pharaoh, and to all Egypt… so shall the LORD your God do to all the peoples of whom you are afraid.” … 230 more words

Parsha

Studies in Deuteronomy -- I: The Giants

I’ve been listening to Tom Chantry’s recent series through Deuteronomy (only completed through Deut. 4, and apparently on break at least for the summer): a good series with many interesting points regarding the first few chapters of Deuteronomy. 632 more words

Bible Study

Idolatry Live and Well

We see all the flavours of idolatry in our world: idolatry of self, nature, ideology, evil… you name it.  Idolatry sets our hearts and minds on earthly things, sets itself against the cross of Christ, and loses sight of our citizenship in heaven where God is King and Saviour… 621 more words

Marc Kinna

Do Not Say in Your Heart: An Exposition of Romans 10:1-8 (academia.edu)

I recently posted another one of my papers on Academia.edu.

Paul’s use of Deuteronomy 30:11-14 in Romans 10:1-8 has puzzled many an interpreter. This paper builds on previous work on Deuteronomy 30 to explain the text of Romans 10:1-8 and particularly Paul’s use of Deuteronomy 30. 15 more words

Christianity

Ekev 5776

This is Torah Talk for the week of August 21st, 2016

What are “the early rain” and “the late rain”?
And why does Hebrew have so many words for rain? 19 more words

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