In the Bible (Deuteronomy), what Old Testament law, given to the Israelites do you find the most...
unusual? For me it's Deut:22, 6-7. Especially verse 7? Wonder what it means? Any takers?
Not unusual, just served with interest to learn. To answer up on the 7th verse the interpretation I have is that the mother is the provider to the young. The young are to be the provisions for man to live. The mother is the perpetuator to the species therefore need to be left alone to continue on .
Now for me I find Deut. 6:4-5 of interest with verse 4 as the outstanding verse of them.
I think we all should see it as a call of celebration to our maker the God that is one.
Thanks for the question Carol.
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