Category: 105-Deuteronomy


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This is part one of a two part Essay.

For this Torah Portion, I discuss why I believe this passage is delivered from Moses’ own authority as a leader of the people.

I discuss concepts found within Deuteronomy 12.2-3.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 12.2-7 – Part 1.

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Exodus 34.10-26

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For this Torah Portion, I correlate the Ten to verses in Leviticus 19.

I also discuss some of the difficulties that exist with discussions about the Ten, by looking at the Ten in Leviticus 19.

I present and discuss the tablet ten as presented in Exodus 34.

I present my thoughts about the difficulty of the Ten, and the Torah itself, and offer a possible solution to these difficulties.

Here is the discussion: Exodus 34.10-26.

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Exodus 19.16-20.18

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For this Torah Portion, I present that there are students of Scripture who believe the Ten exist in other passages within the Torah.

I also discuss some of the difficulties that exist with discussions about the Ten, by looking at the Ten in Exodus 20.

Here is the discussion: Exodus 19.16-20.18.

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Deuteronomy 5.18 [5.21]

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For this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.18 [5.21] and Exodus 20.14 [20.17], the tenth of the Ten.

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

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

I mention that because the ninth does not have any inline commentary, it makes the tenth similar to the ninth.

I discuss some difficulties of the intent and application of the tenth of the Ten.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.18 [5.21].

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Deuteronomy 5.17d [5.20]

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For this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.17d [5.20] and Exodus 20.13d [20.16], the ninth of the Ten.

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

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

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

I discuss some difficulties of the intent and application of the ninth of the Ten.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.17d [5.20].

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Deuteronomy 5.17c [5.19]

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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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Deuteronomy 5.17b [5.18]

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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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