Gilbert House Fellowship #315: Deuteronomy 3

THE BIBLE is not a history book, but the history recorded in the Bible is accurate.

This week, we take a deep dive into Deuteronomy 3, in which Moses retells the history of the Israelites from the conquest of Og of Bashan through their encampment on the plains of Moab opposite Beth-Peor.

We follow a number of rabbit trails, including a discussion of new research, brought to our attention by Aaron Lipkin, that suggests that the tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh were already in Canaan when the other ten tribes began the conquest.

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4 Responses to Gilbert House Fellowship #315: Deuteronomy 3

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  2. Alexandra Smith Evidence for Ephraim and Manasa in the Land

  3. Jan Mays

    Thank you, Derek and Sharon, for your faithfulness to teach God’s word! You have blessed me so much, especially during this time of lockdowns. I pray that your ministry will continue to grow and help pierce the darkness on this earth. If I can be of any help to you, please, let me know.

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