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"What's in a Name? 'I AM' and the Hebrew Old Testament" Graded Discussion

In a discussion post, please explore the following open-ended questions related to this week's primary source readings and our discussion of The Ten Commandments: What power does a person or thing's name hold? Why does the Hebrew god, as seen through the image of a burning bush, not tell Moses his/her/it's a true name? This discussion assignment is worth five points: two points for your initial post, one point for your initial post's citation, and two points for your response to a classmate. little more than half page link to video
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