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May 16, 2010


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Liked this very much ... and what a reading list “oy vey iz mir”

Logan Runnalls

Helpful. The dilineation between the two traditions in Deuteronomy appears somewhat arbitrary, but this might be due simply to my not understanding the terms.

Eric H Janzen

Very interesting read, thx Ron. I have never thought to read Deuteronomy with those two traditions in mind...methinks I shall take the time to read the book yet once more now.

It is amazing how potent nationalism is in causing so much trouble throughout history.



thank you! well sifted and spoken!
an unprejudiced read will flood these issues with Light and bring a much needed correction in course.

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