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Covenant

Covenant - a mutually binding agreement between two (or more) parties to exchange some benevolence/ benefit/ good to each other.

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  1. Exodus 20 : 1 -26 See Doctrine

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  2. Jeremiah 31 : 1 -40 See Doctrine

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  3. Jeremiah 31 : 31 -34 See Doctrine

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    1. If the writing of the torah on the heart and knowing Yahweh are parallelistic and not separate, then is the law written on the heart, or is the lawgiver put in the heart?
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      Like are they synonymous events, parallelistically described? Like is having the Torah written on the heart a different vantage point of the same event? Like just a recapitulative description of the same event as "knowing Yahweh"?



    2. What is the connection between "writing the Torah on the heart" and "all of said torah on heart people knowing Yahweh"?
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      Like is one causal of the other? Are they sequential? Are they even separate? Or are they parallelistic?



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