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Space for Comments July 22, 2013

HT Hemant Mehta. Those familiar with the academic study of the Bible will know that people have been leaving comments on the commandments for as long as we can trace. We find them embedded in literature which does not present them without comment. And then we have the Mishnah, the Talmud, and the discussions and commentaries practical, devotional, allegorizing, or academic stretching from antiquity down to the present day, and showing no sign of stopping.

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