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The Sinai Experiment: Ten Words for God's Chosen People

by Ryan Scott

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0834125420, Paperback)

We can recite them. We hang them on our walls and in our courtrooms. We use them as a measurement of our character. It is easy for us to go along knowing the Ten Commandments without ever taking the time to realize the great insight they possess for our lives.
But they are so much more than commands they are one of the foundations of the Christian faith, a
centering force for God s people.
These ten words, ten statements, ten commandments allowed the Israelites to see the world from their
Creator s perspective. They provided Israel with a foundation on which to build God s chosen people.
Through The Sinai Experiment explore how God s people have been shaped and formed by these
commandments and discover how God is leading us just as he led a poor, weak people out of slavery and into the Promised Land.
How it works:
1. Read and discuss each chapter with your group.
2. Pick one of the experiments (challenges to live intentionally) to do throughout the week.
3. Journal your thoughts and experiences.
4. Share your experiences as a group the following week.

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