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“First they reword Deut 28: 31 "… there shall be no one to help you" to say:”
“Indeed, the Torah predicts that we will be very unpopular in our host countries Deut.”
“The quote from Sanhedrin is in the Talmud, not Deut.”
“Otherwise, when you eat and are satisfied, when you build fine houses and settle down, and when your herds and flocks grow large and your silver and gold increase... then your heart will become proud and you will forget the Lord your God Deut 8:11-18.”
“Only a couple of them Jude 1:7, Deut. 32:16-18 even mention sexuality at all.”
“The covenant includes "both those who are standing here with us this day before the Lord our God and ... those who are not with us here this day" Deut.”
“Eating non-kosher food is an abomination (Deut. 14: 3).”
“Its more that Deut. 22: 5, its the whole package: Modesty, femininity, shamefacedness.”
“In one case, every seventh year, God commanded that all debts, regardless of what was left outstanding, were to be forgiven see Deut 15.”
“No, they were to leave some fruit and grain behind, for the poorest to gather for their own sustenance Deut 24.”
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