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February 22nd: Jeremiah 52 & Romans 7

Alastair Roberts

February 22nd: Jeremiah 52 & Romans 7

February 21, 2021
Alastair Roberts
Alastair Roberts

The fall of Jerusalem and the deportation to Babylon. A split 'I' and a bifurcated Law.

Reflections upon the readings from the ACNA Book of Common Prayer (http://bcp2019.anglicanchurch.net/).

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