Gilbert House Fellowship #317: Deuteronomy 6-8

HEAR, O ISRAEL: The Lord our God, the Lord is one.

This week, we discuss the Shema, the affirmation of loyalty to God that represents the greatest commandment of Christianity and Judaism. We explain why “the Lord is one” more accurately means that God is unique in substance. A better sense of the verse is, “The Lord is our God, the Lord alone,” or, “The Lord is our God, the Lord is unique.”

We also discuss the importance of figuratively committing the Word of God to our hearts and minds, a principle reflected in God’s command to Israel to bind them to their hands and foreheads with the tefillin, a practice that will be twisted by the Antichrist someday with the Mark of the Beast.

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5 Responses to Gilbert House Fellowship #317: Deuteronomy 6-8

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  2. Rhoda Fry

    There is a magazine called “Biblical Archaeology” great magazine. I love it.

    • We’ve got the new Fall 2021 edition right here.

      • You were just in Albuquerque, did you know about the Los Lunas Stone, which is located 20-30 min. south of “the kirk”, west of the Rio Grande near Los Lunas, NM? From the site referenced below: “The Los Lunas Inscription is an abridged version of the Decalogue or Ten Commandments, carved into the flat face of a large boulder resting on the side of Hidden Mountain, near Los Lunas, New Mexico, about 35 miles south of Albuquerque. The language is Hebrew, and the script is the Old Hebrew alphabet, with a few Greek letters mixed in.”
        This is just one site about it:

  3. Rhonda Sigland

    Worked my way through every page, thankful for all of your tenacious research. Thank you for this amazing presentation and for your delightful style. It takes some time to digest and study. God bless. Lots of love and warm thoughts from Sweden.

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