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Should We Keep the Sabbath? (Part 3)
In this lesson, we will continue to consider some common arguments for observing the Sabbath. Arguments For 16. He added No More. After The Ten Commandments were set forth (Deuteronomy 5:1-21), we are told that, “He added no more” (Deuteronomy … Continue reading
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In The News: Dennis Prager
Dennis Prager is a wise man. I enjoy his weekly Fireside Chats. Rarely do I miss viewing this weekly program. His Rational Bible Commentary series on the Torah contains some good thoughts. However, no one should be blindly followed. All … Continue reading →