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Sermon: Inside and Out, Sermon, UCB, Sunday 30 August 2015

Deuteronomy 4:1-2, 6-9


“You’re unique among the nations,” says God to Israel. “You have my Law. You know how I want you to live, from me.” We’ve said it before, and no doubt we’ll say it again – in fact, we’ll say it every time we read from the fifth book of the Hebrew Bible, which we know as Deuteronomy: Deuteronomy means “The second giving of the Law.” The book doesn’t date from what we usually think of as the time of Moses, which would probably be about the thirteen-hundreds BC. 2,340 more words

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Where Progress Happens

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West Wing Greeting Card

West Wing Greeting Card

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