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Why does the author of Hebrews render their quotation of Jeremiah 31:33 differently in two places?

Hebrews 8:10: Hebrews 8:10 uses the words “the house of Israel.” It follows the wording in the Hebrew Bible (Jeremiah 31:33). Hebrews 10:16: The second passage, Hebrews 10:16, uses the word “them.” ...
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Why does the author of Hebrews render their quotation of Jeremiah 31:33 differently in two places?

For this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, saith the Lord; I will put my laws into their mind, and write them in their hearts: and I will be to them a God, ...
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Jeremiah 18:1-10 Why does God blame Israel for behaving the way it does, when he has created him like that?

It is a very popular way of thinking these days, that behavioural problems people experience can be blamed on having been 'made that way'. A genetic flaw is supposed to be the reason, and so the ...
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Jeremiah 18:1-10 Why does God blame Israel for behaving the way it does, when he has created him like that?

Jeremiah 18:1-10 Why does God blame Israel for behaving the way it does, when he has created him like that? The answer lies in the fact that God allowed Israel to have free will. This was not an ...
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Jeremiah 18:1-10 Why does God blame Israel for behaving the way it does, when he has created him like that?

It's a question about justice. Another way of saying it is "How is it just that God held Israel accountable for the flaws God created in them?" Looking at the analogy: 4 But the pot he was ...
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What does the "rod of an almond tree" in Jer 1:11 refer to?

Moreover the word of the Lord came to me, saying, “Jeremiah, what do you see?” And I said, “I see a branch of an almond tree.” Then the Lord said to me, “You have seen well, for I am ready to perform ...
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What happened to Jeremiah?

What happened to Jeremiah? Jeremiah 43:5–7 says: But Johanan the son of Kareah and all the captains of the forces took all the remnant of Judah … men, women, children, the king’s daughters, … and ...
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What is the significance of not putting the linen waistband in water in Jeremiah 13:1?

Wouldn't a new linen loincloth be starchy and stiff? Putting it in water would soften it, as well as making it cling/bind to the skin? Not sure on the prophetic meaning of it though. Perhaps to show ...
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In Jeremiah 7:30 what does it mean that his "house" is "called by my name"?

Simply because the 'House' of worship was called the 'House of Yahwah' to honor the Creator's name. There are over 250 verses in the Tenach about the need to honor, glorify love, Confess, Proclaim etc....
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