190 where the footnotes to e and the scripture Ex 2:8-11 was not about the Sabbath like it was suppose to be?
Am I missing something or was this an error in the book?
That is why I am so thankful that Mark and Grace Driscoll wrote this book.
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JAMES MACDONALD Senior Pastor, Harvest Bible Chapel and Bible teacher for Walk in the Word Did anyone else see the issue on pg.
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What Jesus does here is act the part of the conquering hero. Brutus and Cassius thought that Caesar was getting too big for his britches, so they cut him down to size by murdering him. Was he surprised by all the attention, or did he court it?