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Were the men in Ezra 10:3 breaking marriage covenents by divorcing their foreign wives?
In other cases, Israel was called to keep their ill-advised covenents such as the one made with the Gibeonites. Why would it be preferred to break marriage covenents in this case? They even make a ...
Aug 7 '13 at 4:29
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