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Deuteronomy 12.4-7 – Part 2

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This is part two of a two part Essay.

For this Torah Portion, I discuss that Israel was not permitted to have multiple worship centers, but to have one worship center where Jehovah established habitation.

I also discuss that the Tabernacle seems to have been located in different locations, but ultimately the worship center came to be in the city of David.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 12.4-7 – Part 2.

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Deuteronomy 12.2-7 – Part 1

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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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