Gilbert House Fellowship #318: Deuteronomy 9-10

OUR GOD is “God of gods and Lord of lords.” This isn’t just hyperbole; it means that Yahweh is supreme among the denizens of the spirit realm.

This week, we discuss Moses’ admonitions to the Israelites before they crossed the Jordan to dispossess the nations of Canaan, why Moses singled out the Anakim, and his warning to remember that God didn’t choose the Israelites as His inheritance because of their righteousness.

Here’s the link to the peer-reviewed paper we mentioned during the study, “A Tunguska sized airburst destroyed Tall el-Hammam a Middle Bronze Age city in the Jordan Valley near the Dead Sea.” The paper details the scientific evidence supporting the claim that Tall el-Hammam was ancient Sodom.

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  1. Im embarrassed to admit ive just heard about new saturn book. When is it published?

    1. Author

      Thank you for asking! It will be out in November.

  2. So interesting! Great study.
    Derek, did you ever look up my website?

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