Daily Archives: February 24, 2007

Disobedient son in Deuteronomy 21

I have spent the last two days working on my final paper for Ethics. I have finally finished with the revision. My topic was on the Disobedient son ((Deuteronomy 21:18-21)) in Deuteronomy. The text makes it clear that the son … Continue reading

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The Word of Life or Death Part 3, Material Blessings

Deuteronomy is one of the most important books for modern society. It engages our minds in economic theory, ceremonialism, covenant sanctions, blessings and curses, penology, and every possible dimension for maintaining stability in our society. Nevertheless, it falls under constant … Continue reading

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An Evening with Cinderella Man

My neighbor and I spent a few hours together watching Cinderella Man. Tom, as many may know from reading this blog, has lost his wife of 58 years a week ago. Though he does not reveal too much, I know … Continue reading

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The Disobedient Son in Deuteronomy 21

I have spent the last two days working on my final paper for Ethics. I have finally finished with the revision. My topic was on the Disobedient son1 in Deuteronomy. The text makes it clear that the son is to … Continue reading

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The Word of Life and Death, Part 3

Deuteronomy is one of the most important books for modern society. It engages our minds in economic theory, ceremonialism, covenant sanctions, blessings and curses, penology, and every possible dimension for maintaining stability in our society. Nevertheless, it falls under constant … Continue reading

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An Evening with Cinderella Man

My neighbor and I spent a few hours together watching Cinderella Man. Tom, as many may know from reading this blog, has lost his wife of 58 years a week ago. Though he does not reveal too much, I know … Continue reading

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