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Many recently printed prayer books offer Luria's reading as the correct one for Deuteronomy 9:7.
Deuteronomy insists upon equality in the law courts, especially, and explicitly, for the "stranger" (e.
Exodus emphasizes creation and Deuteronomy emphasizes the importance of remembering our enslavement in Egypt.
This question is not just theoretical but also textual because the biblical text itself, just seven verses earlier, postulates that it is possible that there could be a world with no poor people, as Deuteronomy 15:4 states:
In the book of Deuteronomy, Moses is speaking to the people of Israel just before they cross over the Jordan River into the Promised Land, just before they really become a nation.
Deuteronomy 18:9-14, with its outright condemnation of magic, divination, and necromancy, often serves as the starting point for the study of magic in the Hebrew Bible and in later Judaism and Christianity.
Deuteronomy 30:9-14; Psalm 25:1-10; Colossians 1:1-14; Luke 10:25-37
Don Lattin, religion editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, noted that even the Bible includes two versions of the commandments, one in Exodus and one in Deuteronomy.
The 11-8 chance always travelled powerfully off the pace before powering into the lead at the furlong pole and staying on well to beat stablemate Old Deuteronomy by one length.
They are the highly-regarded Anglesey Stakes winner One Cool Cat, Richmond Stakes second Old Deuteronomy, Devil Moon, who finished third in the Vintage Stakes at Goodwood, and Born In America, a winner at Tipperary last month.
He would stand there fumbling through the pages of Deuteronomy and planting the words in a more solid, physical step forward, beckoning the church folk to come to him, saying: "And he humbled thee, and suffered thee to hunger, and fed thee with manna, which thou knewest not, neither did thy fathers know; that he might make thee know that man doth not live by bread only, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of the Lord doth man live" (Deuteronomy 9:3).
That plate has so far survived on ongoing First Amendment challenge brought to the courts by the National Organization for Women, which has argued that it blurs the church-state boundary since "choose life" comes from a Bible verse in Deuteronomy.