Deuteronomy

Oct 2009 - Feb 2012

Before he passed off the scene, Israel’s human founder Moses wanted every Israelite to understand the relationship between God and their special nation. This long (74-lesson) series expounds what we moderns refer to as “social justice”—not from a Marxist, Muslim, Socialist, or Libertarian perspective—but from the perspective of God as He “interfered” with ancient near-eastern culture of the 15th century BC.

Divine revelation touched every aspect of social life including crime control, economics, education, family welfare, foreign relations, labor management, public health, and taxation.

One can trace the profound effect of Moses’ sermons upon common law and political concepts throughout subsequent history. But the core message centers on the prerequisite of a just society: the heart that freely expresses its ultimate allegiance to God. When faced with Satan’s temptations Jesus relied upon key passages in Deuteronomy.

So will we if we are wise.

**Please note that there is a navigation bar at the bottom of each page that enables you to go to the next page for additional lessons in the series.

To listen to the Deuteronomy series as a podcast, copy and paste the following URL into your podcast software:
https://www.bibleframework.org/podcasts/deuteronomy.xml
 
Tue, Apr 27, 2010
by Charles Clough
Duration: 1 hr 2 mins 43 secs
Tue, May 04, 2010
by Charles Clough
Duration: 58 mins 41 secs
Tue, May 11, 2010
by Charles Clough
Duration: 58 mins 36 secs
Tue, May 18, 2010
by Charles Clough
Duration: 59 mins 46 secs
Tue, May 25, 2010
by Charles Clough
Duration: 58 mins 23 secs
Tue, Jun 01, 2010
by Charles Clough
Duration: 1 hr 4 mins 46 secs
Tue, Jun 08, 2010
by Charles Clough
Duration: 51 mins 42 secs
Tue, Sep 14, 2010
by Charles Clough
Duration: 57 mins 44 secs
Historical biology. Structural differences between creation and evolution. Inside the Mosaic Law there is a passion to preserve the categories and structures God created. The differences between evolution as “fact” and evolution as theory. Continuity of being versus common design. Problems with mutation and other aspects of evolutionary theory.
Wed, Sep 29, 2010
by Charles Clough
Duration: 1 hr 0 mins 36 secs
Tue, Oct 05, 2010
by Charles Clough
Duration: 1 hr 0 mins 24 secs