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For this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.17c [5.19] and Exodus 20.13c [20.15], the eighth of the Ten.

I mention that the eighth does not contain a grammatical shift from the first person to the third person.

I mention that the eighth of the Ten has some grammatical differences in the Hebrew between Deuteronomy and Exodus.

I mention that because the eighth does not have any inline commentary, making the eighth similar to the seventh.

I discuss what I believe is the intent and application of the eighth of the Ten.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.17c [5.19].

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For this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.17b [5.18] and Exodus 20.13b [20.14], the seventh of the Ten.

I mention that the seventh does not contain a grammatical shift from the first person to the third person.

I mention that the seventh of the Ten has some grammatical differences in the Hebrew between Deuteronomy and Exodus.

I mention that because the seventh does not have any inline commentary defining the term adultery, the seventh is similar to the sixth, in that much commentary about the seventh has been passed down through the centuries.

I discuss what I believe is the intent and application of the seventh of the Ten.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.17b [5.18].

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Deuteronomy 5.17a

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For this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.17a and Exodus 20.13a, the sixth of the Ten.

I discuss that the sixth does not contain a grammatical shift from the first person to the third person.

I discuss that the absence of the shift from the first to the third is in contrast to the third, fourth, and fifth of the Ten.

I discuss a difficult application of the sixth of the Ten.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.17a.

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Deuteronomy 5.16

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For this Torah Portion, I add an addendum to the fourth of the Ten.

Additionally, in this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.16 and Exodus 20.12, the fifth of the Ten.

I discuss that the fifth has an issue of a grammatical shift from the first person to the third person.

I discuss some various ways that could be notated.

I present a possibility of how I would present this shift from first to third.

I discuss a difficult application of the fifth of the Ten.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.16.

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Deuteronomy 5.12-15

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For this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.12-15 and Exodus 20.8-11, the fourth of the Ten.

I discuss that the fourth has an issue of a grammatical shift from the first person to the third person.

I state some various ways one can account for this shift from first person to third.

I discuss how I account for this shift from first to third.

I discuss some of the application of the parts of the fourth of the Ten.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.12-15.

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Deuteronomy 5.11

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For this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.11 and Exodus 20.7, the third of the Ten.

I discuss the issue of a grammatical shift from the first person to the third person.

I state some various ways one can account for this shift from first person to third.

I discuss how I account for this shift from first to third.

I discuss some of the application of the parts of the third of the Ten.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.11.

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Deuteronomy 5.8-10

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For this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.8-10 and Exodus 20.4-6, the second of the Ten.

I discuss the variances between the passages, and offer my assessment of those variances.

I also add to the discussion about Moses being the primary speaker found in Deuteronomy.

I also add to the discussion that the Ten were not given to the Gentiles (Nations).

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.8-10.

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