Blessings and Cursings: Deuteronomy 28-30 (Biblical Theology Class 9)

The Blessings and Cursing of Deuteronomy 28-30 weighed heavily on the minds of Old Testament prophets, New Testament apostles, and Jesus’s contemporaries. St. Paul refers to this passage in Romans (in fact, Romans 9-11 is dependent on this section of Scripture. Though there are more than twice as many curses than blessings in this passage, they end on a note of hope in the covenant-keeping God.

Biblical Theology Class #9. Viewing Time: approximately 51 minutes.

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