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This Essay is a continuation discussing Moses speech to Israel, specifically discussing Deuteronomy 12.26-27.

For this Torah Essay, I briefly discuss how I interpret 12.28, expressing why I do not include 12.28 in this part of my study.

In this Essay, I add to my discussion as to why Israel is not permitted to consume an animals blood.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 12.26-27.

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This Essay is part 2 of 2.

This Essay is a continuation discussing Moses speech to Israel, specifically discussing Deuteronomy 12.20-25.

For this Torah Essay, I discuss the concept of eating meat, how that permission seems to correlate to God’s original design as described in Genesis, and then discussion the importance of life.

I add to the discussion as to why I think that Israel is not moving from multiple worship centers to one worship center.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 12.20-25 – Part 2.

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This Essay is part 1 of 2.

This Essay is a continuation discussing Moses speech to Israel, specifically discussing Deuteronomy 12.20-25.

For this Torah Essay, I discuss verse 12.20 and my understanding of the phrase “When the LORD enlarges your territory”.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 12.20-25 – Part 1.

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Deuteronomy 12.17-19

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This Essay is a continuation discussing Moses speech to Israel, specifically discussing Deuteronomy 12.17-19.

For this Torah Essay, I discuss that verses 12.17-19 serve as part of a chiastic structure, functionally joining with verses 12.13-16.

I continue my discussion that Moses is making a distinction for those things which are intended for Jehovah.

In this Essay, I continue to present some of why I interpret that within Deuteronomy Moses is not presenting completely new material to Israel.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 12.17-19.

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Deuteronomy 12.13-16 – Part 2

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This Essay is Part 2 of 2 parts, which discusses Deuteronomy 12.13-16.

For this Torah Essay, I discuss that Moses makes the distinction between animals sacrificed to Jehovah and animals ‘sacrificed’ (slaughtered) for human consumption.

In this Essay, I also present some of why I interpret that within Deuteronomy Moses is not presenting completely new material to Israel.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 12.13-16 – Part 2.

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Deuteronomy 12.13-16 – Part 1

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This Essay is Part 1 of 2 parts, which discusses Deuteronomy 12.13-16.

For this Torah Essay, I discuss the concepts of sacrifice and discuss whether or not the Nation of Israel was at one time permitted to sacrifice to Jehovah in multiple locations.

I also continue my discussion that Deuteronomy is Moses speaking from his own personhood.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 12.13-16 – Part 1.

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Deuteronomy 12.8-12

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For this Torah Essay, I mention that Moses incorporates some language which is similar to the previous passage, which is discussed in my previous Essay.

I discuss that Moses informs Israel that there will come a time when every person will not be allowed to do as they please.

I discuss that this passage insinuates that a type of “orthodoxy” would arise over Israel’s conduct.

I discuss that Moses expounds on the concepts of ‘household’ which was presented in the previous passage and mentioned in my previous Essay.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 12.8-12.

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