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8th Commandment (Part 2)

Ten Commandments
Ten CommandmentsSteve Gregg

In this thought-provoking discussion, Steve Gregg delves into the concept of debt and stealing in the context of the 8th commandment. He emphasizes the importance of paying back debts and cautions against the sin of greed and covetousness. Gregg also explores the origins of the Pentateuch, arguing for its Mosaic authorship and highlighting the significance of its creation story in the context of differing opinions on evolution. He ultimately calls for a contentment with simple living and a trust in God's provision.

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