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Deut 057-slides

  1. 1. Example  Command- Rationale  ment Violated False 1,2,5  Violates God’s Word, prophet’s authority prophet Misuse of 3,7,9  Violates their life-giving purpose, uniqueanimals  design, value Perpetual 4,8,9  Violates faith in God’s provision, demeanslabor & debt  designed freedom from debt-forced labor Taking 7,8,9  Violates God’s ownership boundary, God’sproperty of grant, honor of the owner another Modern 8,9,10  Ditto socialism 
  2. 2. Chias(c Structure ( Χ )  5:6‐10  God alone is worthy of worship and service   5:11  Accuracy in language about God     5:12‐15  Management of labor and property     5:16  Society depends upon func;onal marriage & family         5:17   Life is to be respected & preserved       5:18  Marriage is to be protected     5:19 Property is to be protected   5:20  Accuracy in language of judicial proceedings 5:21     Self is not worthy of worship and service  
  3. 3. God s Design of Society LIFE (protected) LIFE (jeopardized)MARRIAGE & FAMILY MARRIAGE & FAMILY(strong & functioning) (weak & dysfunctional)LABOR & PROPERTY LABOR & PROPERTY(respected & productive) (demeaned & wasted)INTEGRITY of INTEGRITY ofCOMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION(consistently states truth ) (deceitfully professes truth for agendas)HEART ALLEGIANCE (to HEART ALLEGIANCE (toGod) self)
  4. 4. Family & Economics 
  5. 5. Judah s family Jacob  Shua  Judah  Wife  Er  Onan  Shelah 
  6. 6. Elimelech s family  Elimelech  Naomi  Mahlon  Boaz  Chilion 
  7. 7. Boaz became the biggest covenantal somebody in his genera(on only because he was willing to become a covenantal nobody in the extension of Elimelech s line. The land that he presumably bought from Naomi became the family inheritance in another man s line. Any improvements that he made in this land became another family line s property. By abandoning his own name covenantally, he thereby became the greatest name of his genera(on, a name that is listed in both of the messianic genealogies in the New Testament (MaV. 1:5; Luke 3:32).   

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