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Books > Religion & Spirituality > Christianity > The Bible > Old Testament

Isaiah - An Introduction and Commentary (Paperback): Paul D Wegner Isaiah - An Introduction and Commentary (Paperback)
Paul D Wegner; Edited by David G. Firth; Edited by (consulting) Tremper Longman
R670 R562 Discovery Miles 5 620 Save R108 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days
Genesis 37-50 - A Handbook on the Hebrew Text (Paperback): David W Baker Genesis 37-50 - A Handbook on the Hebrew Text (Paperback)
David W Baker; As told to Jason A. Riley
R1,282 Discovery Miles 12 820 Ships in 7 - 11 work days

This newest handbook in the Baylor Handbook on the Hebrew Bible series provides students of Hebrew with the translation of Genesis 37-50 paired with an exhaustive word by word morphological analysis of the text. Baker and Riley perform a syntactical investigation on one of the most commonly known biblical books. Genesis 37-50 enables a linguistic understanding of the Old Testament Greek text through solid contextual interpretation.

Obadiah, Jonah and Micah - An Introduction and Commentary (Paperback): Daniel C Timmer Obadiah, Jonah and Micah - An Introduction and Commentary (Paperback)
Daniel C Timmer; Edited by David G. Firth; Edited by (consulting) Tremper Longman
R535 R450 Discovery Miles 4 500 Save R85 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days
The City of Babylon - A History, c. 2000 BC - AD 116 (Paperback): Stephanie Dalley The City of Babylon - A History, c. 2000 BC - AD 116 (Paperback)
Stephanie Dalley
R597 R512 Discovery Miles 5 120 Save R85 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days

The 2000-year story of Babylon sees it moving from a city-state to the centre of a great empire of the ancient world. It remained a centre of kingship under the empires of Assyria, Nebuchadnezzar, Darius, Alexander the Great, the Seleucids and the Parthians. Its city walls were declared to be a Wonder of the World while its ziggurat won fame as the Tower of Babel. Visitors to Berlin can admire its Ishtar Gate, and the supposed location of its elusive Hanging Garden is explained. Worship of its patron god Marduk spread widely while its well-trained scholars communicated legal, administrative and literary works throughout the ancient world, some of which provide a backdrop to Old Testament and Hittite texts. Its science also laid the foundations for Greek and Arab astronomy through a millennium of continuous astronomical observations. This accessible and up-to-date account is by one of the world's leading authorities.

Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord? - A Biblical Theology of the Book of Leviticus (Paperback): L Michael Morales Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord? - A Biblical Theology of the Book of Leviticus (Paperback)
L Michael Morales; Edited by D. A Carson
R636 R527 Discovery Miles 5 270 Save R109 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days

Reformation 21's 2015 End of Year Review of Books Preaching's 2017 Survey of Bibles and bible Reference Who shall ascend the mountain of the LORD? --Psalm 24:3 In many ways, this is the fundamental question of Old Testament Israel's cult--and, indeed, of life itself. How can creatures made from dust become members of God's household forever? The question of ascending God's mountain to his house was likely recited by pilgrims on approaching the temple on Mount Zion during the annual festivals. This entrance liturgy runs as an undercurrent throughout the Pentateuch and is at the heart of its central book, Leviticus. Its dominating concern, as well as that of the rest of the Bible, is the way in which humanity may come to dwell with God. Israel's deepest hope was not merely a liturgical question, but a historical quest. Under the Mosaic covenant, the way opened up by God was through the Levitical cult of the tabernacle and later temple, its priesthood and rituals. The advent of Christ would open up a new and living way into the house of God--indeed, that was the goal of his taking our humanity upon himself, his suffering, his resurrection and ascension. In this stimulating volume in the New Studies in Biblical Theology, Michael Morales explores the narrative context, literary structure and theology of Leviticus. He follows its dramatic movement, examines the tabernacle cult and the Day of Atonement, and tracks the development from Sinai's tabernacle to Zion's temple--and from the earthly to the heavenly Mount Zion in the New Testament. He shows how life with God in the house of God was the original goal of the creation of the cosmos, and became the goal of redemption and the new creation. Addressing key issues in biblical theology, the works comprising New Studies in Biblical Theology are creative attempts to help Christians better understand their Bibles. The NSBT series is edited by D. A. Carson, aiming to simultaneously instruct and to edify, to interact with current scholarship and to point the way ahead.

Psalms, Volume 1: The Wisdom Psalms - A Commentary for Biblical Preaching and Teaching (Hardcover): W Marlowe, Charles Savelle Psalms, Volume 1: The Wisdom Psalms - A Commentary for Biblical Preaching and Teaching (Hardcover)
W Marlowe, Charles Savelle
R605 R506 Discovery Miles 5 060 Save R99 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days
Interpreting the Prophets - Reading, Understanding and Preaching from the Worlds of the Prophets (Paperback): Aaron Chalmers Interpreting the Prophets - Reading, Understanding and Preaching from the Worlds of the Prophets (Paperback)
Aaron Chalmers
R512 R486 Discovery Miles 4 860 Save R26 (5%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days

The prophetic books are some of the most captivating and fascinating texts of the Old Testament, but they are also some of the most misunderstood. Interpreting the Prophets equips the reader with the knowledge and skills they need to interpret the Prophets in a faithful and accurate fashion. Beginning with the nature of the prophetic role and prophetic books in Israel, Old Testament scholar Aaron Chalmers leads the reader through the various worlds of Israel's prophets--historical, social, theological and rhetorical-- providing the basic contextual and background information needed both for sound and sensible exegesis, and for sensitive interpretation and application for today. He concludes with a helpful chapter giving guidelines for preaching from the Prophets--including advice on choosing the texts, making appropriate analogies, and the potential problems and common pitfalls to avoid.

Lamentations and the Song of Songs - A Theological Commentary on the Bible (Hardcover): Harvey Cox, Stephanie Paulsell Lamentations and the Song of Songs - A Theological Commentary on the Bible (Hardcover)
Harvey Cox, Stephanie Paulsell
R940 R761 Discovery Miles 7 610 Save R179 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days

In Lamentations, well-known theologian Harvey Cox draws on a wide array of sources including poetry, novels, films, paintings, and photography to offer a contemporary theological reading of Lamentations which is provocative and sure to stir numerous theological reflections and responses.

The biblical book of Song of Songs has historically been seen as a book pointing to Christ's love for the church and has been interpreted in allegorical ways. Author Stephanie Paulsell suggests that the Song can still have profound meaning for us, teaching us "to love not only what we can see shining on the surface but also those depths of the other which are out of our reach."

Zechariah: The Prophet of Messiah (Paperback): Mathew Bartlett Zechariah: The Prophet of Messiah (Paperback)
Mathew Bartlett; As told to Derek Williams
R304 Discovery Miles 3 040 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

The encouragement which Zechariah's prophecies brought to the Jews at the time of their return from exile helped them to rebuild not only their temple but also their national identity, as the prophet urged them to action and whole-hearted service for God. Yet Zechariah's message of hope pointed beyond the glory of the temple to one greater than the temple: the Anointed One (Messiah) who would become both priest and king forever over all nations. Thus his message is one which should inspire commitment and service in the lives of Christian believers today. About the Authors Mathew Bartlett is a Pastor and Christian educator from the United Kingdom. He holds a master's degree in Biblical studies from the University or Chester, England. Derek Williams, who served as a finance manager and as a church leader for over 40 years, is now retired.

The Book of Jonah: Word for Word Bible Comic - NIV Translation (Paperback): Simon Amadeus Pillario The Book of Jonah: Word for Word Bible Comic - NIV Translation (Paperback)
Simon Amadeus Pillario
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Isaiah - An Introduction And Commentary (Paperback): Paul D Wegner Isaiah - An Introduction And Commentary (Paperback)
Paul D Wegner
R448 Discovery Miles 4 480 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

No other prophetic book rivals Isaiah's clear message, powerful imagery and confident hope in God's future deliverance. His vision of God's glory and holiness in chapter 6 permeates the whole book, and he never tires of correcting misplaced faith in power or false gods. While many scholars divide the book with the gap of about 150 years between chapters 39 and 40, Wegner highlights the unified message of the book with its three Introductions (Isa. 1:1; 2:1; 13:1) paired with its three refrains (Isa. 48:22; 57:21; 66:24), with both parts illuminating God's glorious plan for his people.

The Message of Joshua - Promise And People (Paperback): David G. Firth The Message of Joshua - Promise And People (Paperback)
David G. Firth
R296 R248 Discovery Miles 2 480 Save R48 (16%) Ships in 10 - 20 work days

The book of Joshua tells the action-packed story of Israel's entry into and conquest of Canaan, the promised land. Yet it is often troubling for contemporary Christian readers, perhaps more than any other part of the Old Testament - isn't the violence shown inconsistent with the gospel of Jesus? In The Message of Joshua, David G Firth explores this story as part of God's mission, which goes on to find its ultimate focus in Jesus Christ. He illuminates the meaning that the book of Joshua still has for Christians today; it challenges us, just as it challenges those who have read it down through the ages, to recognize that God not only includes those who join him in his mission, he also excludes those who choose to set themselves against it. Part of the loved and trusted The Bible Speaks Today series of commentaries, The Message of Joshua offers an clear, readable exposition of the Biblical text and thought-provoking discussion of how its meaning relates to contemporary life. Used by Bible students and teachers around the world, The Bible Speaks Today commentaries are ideal for anyone studying or preaching Joshua and who want to delve deeper into the text. This beautifully redesigned edition has also been sensitively updated to include modern references and use the NRSV Bible text. The Message of Joshua will help for anyone looking for a commentary on Joshua that makes clear its meaning both in its original context and for Christians in the twenty-first century.

The Murder of Moses - How an Egyptian Magician Assassinated Moses, Stole His Identity, and Hijacked the Exodus (Paperback, 2nd... The Murder of Moses - How an Egyptian Magician Assassinated Moses, Stole His Identity, and Hijacked the Exodus (Paperback, 2nd Edition, Revised Edition of Killing Moses)
Rand Flem-Ath, Rose Flem-Ath
R353 R249 Discovery Miles 2 490 Save R104 (29%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

An investigation of how Moses was deceived and murdered by his father-in-law, Reuel The life of Moses, the greatest prophet of the Old Testament, has always been shrouded in mystery. The Bible mentions no witnesses to Moses' death, no funeral, and no indication of his burial place, and the story of Exodus paints a very contradictory picture of this man so important to both Judaism and Christianity. At times, he is depicted as a meek, stuttering figure and at others his tyrannical commands and fits of rage terrorize the children of Israel. And, for the last years of his life, he chose to hide behind a veil. What is the explanation for these extreme shifts in character? Was Moses mentally ill? As Rand and Rose Flem-Ath reveal, the evidence points to something much more sinister: Moses was murdered and replaced by an impostor. The result of a decade-long investigation, this book continues and builds upon the research of Goethe, Christopher Marlowe, and Sigmund Freud--who spent the last 40 years of his life obsessed with solving Moses' murder--and reaches a startling but well-evidenced conclusion that Moses was deceived and murdered by his father-in-law, Reuel. The authors show how Reuel was a skilled magician trained at Egypt's prestigious House of Life and they reveal his motive: He was the son of Esau, from whom Jacob stole his birthright, the leadership of the Hebrew people, a role that Moses was now assuming. The authors explain how the magician Reuel used his sophisticated skills of manipulation and illusion to fake the Burning Bush that spoke to Moses as well as conceal his assumption of Moses' identity after the murder. They reveal how the early scribes of the Old Testament inserted lags of time into the Exodus story to cover Moses' assassination and replacement, fabricated Moses' origin story, and changed the location of the "Mountain of God" from Edom, where Reuel was a prince, to Sinai. Unveiling the enigma of Moses' real story--and his murder and replacement--the Flem-Aths dramatically challenge the time line and details of biblical history, exposing a cover-up at the very origins of Western religion.

God, Neighbor, Empire - The Excess of Divine Fidelity and the Command of Common Good (Hardcover): Walter Brueggemann God, Neighbor, Empire - The Excess of Divine Fidelity and the Command of Common Good (Hardcover)
Walter Brueggemann; Foreword by Tim A Dearborn
R678 Discovery Miles 6 780 Ships in 7 - 11 work days

Justice, mercy, and the public good all find meaning in relationshipaa relationship dependent upon fidelity, but endlessly open to the betrayals of infidelity. This paradox defines the story of God and Israel in the Old Testament. Yet the arc of this story reaches ever forward, and its trajectory confers meaning upon human relationships and communities in the present. The Old Testament still speaks. Israel, in the Old Testament, bears witness to a God who initiates and then sustains covenantal relationships. God, in mercy, does so by making promises for a just well-being and prescribing stipulations for the covenant partner's obedience. The nature of the relationship itself decisively depends upon the conduct, practice, and policy of the covenant partner, yet is radically rooted in the character and agency of Godathe One who makes promises, initiates covenant, and sustains relationship. This reflexive, asymmetrical relationship, kept alive in the texts and tradition, now fires contemporary imagination. Justice becomes shaped by the practice of neighborliness, mercy reaches beyond a pervasive quid pro quo calculus, and law becomes a dynamic norming of the community. The well-being of the neighborhood, inspired by the biblical texts, makes possibleaand even insists uponaan alternative to the ideology of individualism that governs our society's practice and policy. This kind of community life returns us to the arc of God's giftsamercy, justice, and law. The covenant of God in the witness of biblical faith speaks now and demands that its interpreting community resist individualism, overcome commoditization, and thwart the rule of empire through a life of radical neighbor love.

The JPS Jewish Heritage Torah Commentary (Paperback): Eli L. Garfinkel The JPS Jewish Heritage Torah Commentary (Paperback)
Eli L. Garfinkel
R692 Discovery Miles 6 920 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

The JPS Jewish Heritage Torah Commentary shows Jews of all ages and backgrounds that the Jewish people's most significant book is not dusty and irrelevant but an eternally sacred text wholly pertinent to our modern lives. Designed to keep the attention of all readers, each lively essay is both brief enough to be read in minutes and deep and substantive enough to deliver abundant food for thought. Its cornerstone is its unique four-part meditation on the Jewish heritage. After briefly summarizing a Torah portion, the commentary orbits that portion through four central pillars of Jewish life-the Torah (Torat Yisrael), the land of Israel (Eretz Yisrael), the Jewish people (Am Yisrael), and Jewish thought (Mahshevet Yisrael)-illuminating how the four intersect and enrich one another. Furthering the Jewish thought motif, every essay ends with two questions for thought well suited for discussion settings. Each commentary can be used as the launchpad for a lesson, a sermon, a d'var Torah, or a discussion. Readers from beginners to experts will come away with new understandings of our Jewish heritage-and be inspired to draw closer to its four dimensions.

Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther - Restoring the Church (Hardcover): Wallace P. Benn Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther - Restoring the Church (Hardcover)
Wallace P. Benn; Series edited by R. Kent Hughes
R681 R549 Discovery Miles 5 490 Save R132 (19%) Ships in 10 - 20 work days
The Message of Joshua (Paperback): David G. Firth The Message of Joshua (Paperback)
David G. Firth
R488 R462 Discovery Miles 4 620 Save R26 (5%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days

Preaching's 2017 Survey of Bibles and Bible Reference The book of Joshua recounts the momentous events of Israel's entry into Canaan, the promised land: Joshua's commission and reassurance, crossing the Jordan river, the capture of Jericho and Ai, the grand covenant renewal ceremony at Mount Ebal, the curious treaty with the Gibeonites, and a rapid overview of the campaigns in the south and the north. The second half of the book gives extensive details of the allotment of the land to each tribe, before resuming the conquest story and concluding with farewell speeches and burial notices. It is an action-packed story--but perhaps more than any other, Joshua is the Old Testament book that most troubles contemporary readers, whether Christians or critics: Isn't there too much violence, and isn't this inconsistent with the rest of Scripture, and the gospel? David Firth begins his excellent exposition with a careful and helpful response to this issue. However, while addressing the problems is undoubtedly important, we must also consider how the book continues to speak to us today as God's word. Firth's basic contention is that we have to read Joshua as part of God's mission, which for much of the Old Testament centered on Israel, but finds its ultimate focus in Jesus Christ. The book challenges those who have read it down through the ages to recognize that God not only includes those who join him in his mission, he also excludes those who choose to set themselves against it.

The Wisdom of Love in the Song of Songs (Hardcover): Stefan Gillow Reynolds The Wisdom of Love in the Song of Songs (Hardcover)
Stefan Gillow Reynolds
R681 R645 Discovery Miles 6 450 Save R36 (5%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Dr Gillow Reynolds argues for a unique interpretation of this sensual and mysterious poem, long considered the most important book of the Hebrew Scriptures but nowadays relatively unknown. 'The Wisdom of Love in the Song of Songs' brings cohesion and context to the disparate mystical, academic and secular interpretations of the Song, shedding new light on, and insight into, one of the greatest love poems of all time. `...A tour de force, The Wisdom of Love in the Song of Songs deserves to be read by all who are willing to have their hearts and minds stretched and enlarged . . . A book for scholars and for a more general readership, it will be a great help in bringing the Song back to life today . . . written with passion - heart and soul - like the Song itself.' Graeme Watson, author of The Song of Songs: A Contemplative Guide `Dr Gillow Reynolds has explored a difficult and controversial subject with great depth and insight; bringing his vast knowledge of art, literature, medieval mystics, psychology, the classics and, not least, the Bible to analyse the Song of Solomon, a poem that has exercised great minds for centuries. His unique approach is refreshing, accessible and often humorous . . . Like the "wise scribe" who "brought forth things both new and old" (Matt: 13:52) Dr Gillow Reynolds has given us new wine from a very old tradi- tion. In this beautifully produced book he has served it again in a new wine skin, making the precious vintage of The Song of Songs available - and enjoyable - today. I strongly recommend it.' Johanna O' Mahony Walters, author of They Dared to be Different: Pioneering Women

The Lord Is My Shepherd - Psalm 23 for the Life of the Church (Hardcover): Richard S. Briggs The Lord Is My Shepherd - Psalm 23 for the Life of the Church (Hardcover)
Richard S. Briggs; Series edited by Stephen Chapman
R471 R390 Discovery Miles 3 900 Save R81 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 work days

There are few biblical texts more familiar to Christians than Psalm 23: "The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want . . ." It is one of the Bible's most popular passages, retaining a special place in ministry and giving hope to the burdened. Internationally recognized Old Testament scholar Richard Briggs helps readers understand the power and vision of Psalm 23. He offers a close word-by-word and phrase-by-phrase reading of this classic and beloved text, showing how it can speak afresh to the life of the church today. Briggs explores the reception of Psalm 23 down through the ages, covers background issues, and examines the ways the psalm addresses practical issues such as stress, death, enemies, and hope. The book helps reconnect the Christian church to the Old Testament, making it perfect for sermon preparation and small group study. The Touchstone Texts series addresses key Bible passages, making high-quality biblical scholarship accessible for the church. The series editor is Stephen B. Chapman, Duke Divinity School.

A Gracious and Compassionate God - Mission, Salvation and Spirituality in the Book of Jonah (Paperback): Daniel C Timmer A Gracious and Compassionate God - Mission, Salvation and Spirituality in the Book of Jonah (Paperback)
Daniel C Timmer; Edited by D. A Carson
R513 R486 Discovery Miles 4 860 Save R27 (5%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days

The book of Jonah is arguably just as jarring for us as it was for the ancients. Ninevah's repentance, Jonah's estrangement from God and the book's bracing moral conclusion all pose unsettling questions for today's readers. For biblical theologians, Jonah also raises tough questions regarding mission and religious conversion. Here, Daniel Timmer embarks on a new reading of Jonah in order to secure its ongoing relevance for biblical theology. After an examination of the book's historical backgrounds (in both Israel and Assyria), Timmer discusses the biblical text in detail, paying special attention to redemptive history and its Christocentric orientation. Timmer then explores the relationship between Israel and the nations--including the question of mission--and the nature of religious conversion and spirituality in the Old Testament. This New Studies in Biblical Theology volume concludes with an injunction for scholars and lay readers to approach Jonah as a book written to facilitate spiritual change in the reader. Addressing key issues in biblical theology, the works comprising New Studies in Biblical Theology are creative attempts to help Christians better understand their Bibles. The NSBT series is edited by D. A. Carson, aiming to simultaneously instruct and to edify, to interact with current scholarship and to point the way ahead.

Peoples of the Old Testament World (Paperback, 5th Printing of Pbk Ed.): Alfred J. Hoerth, Gerald L. Mattingly, Edwin M.... Peoples of the Old Testament World (Paperback, 5th Printing of Pbk Ed.)
Alfred J. Hoerth, Gerald L. Mattingly, Edwin M. Yamauchi
R935 Discovery Miles 9 350 Ships in 7 - 11 work days

The ancient Israelites lived among many nations, and knowing about the people and culture of these nations can enhance understanding of the Old Testament. Peoples of the Old Testament World provides up-to-date descriptions of the people groups who interacted with and influenced ancient Israel.
Detailed accounts by specialists cover each group's origin, history, rulers, architecture, art, religion, and contacts with biblical Israel.

Isaiah Through the Centuries (Paperback): John F. A. Sawyer Isaiah Through the Centuries (Paperback)
John F. A. Sawyer
R941 Discovery Miles 9 410 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

The first systematic and comprehensive attempt to identify and analyze the role of Isaianic language and imagery in literature, art, and music Using reception history as its basis for study, Isaiah Through the Centuries is an unprecedented exploration of the afterlife of the Book of Isaiah, specifically in art, literature, and music. This is a commentary that guides the reader through the Book of Isaiah, examining the differing interpretations of each phrase or passage from a variety of cultural and religious perspectives, Jewish, Christian and Muslim. Clearly structured and accessible, and richly illustrated, the book functions as a complete and comprehensive educational reference work. Isaiah Through the Centuries encourages readers to learn with an open mind and to understand how different interpretations have helped in the teaching and comprehension of the Bible and Isaiah's place in it. As part of the Wiley-Blackwell Bible Commentaries series, which is primarily concerned with reception history, the book emphasizes that how people interpret the prophet--and how they've been influenced by him--is often just as important as the sacred text's original meaning. Uses reception history to study the renowned prophet Provides a historical context for every use or interpretation discussed Offers essential background information on authors, artists, musicians, etc. in its glossary and biographies Minimizes historical details in order to focus as much as possible on exegetical matters Presents the role of Isaiah and the Bible in the creative arts Will be useful to multiple disciplines including theology and religion, English literature, art history and the history of music, not just Biblical Studies Comprehensive in scope, Isaiah Through the Centuries is a much-needed resource for all those interested in the influence of the Bible on Western culture, and presents unique perspectives for anyone interested in the Bible to discuss and debate for many years to come.

1 & 2 Chronicles (Paperback): 1 & 2 Chronicles (Paperback)
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The Theology of the Books of Haggai and Zechariah (Paperback): Robert L Foster The Theology of the Books of Haggai and Zechariah (Paperback)
Robert L Foster
R669 R631 Discovery Miles 6 310 Save R38 (6%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Tucked away at the end of the Minor Prophets, the Books of Haggai and Zechariah offer messages of challenge and hope to residents of the small district of Yehud in the Persian Empire in the generations after the return from Babylonian exile. In this volume, Robert Foster focuses on the distinct theological message of each book. The Book of Haggai uses Israel's foundational event - God's salvation of Israel from Egypt - to exhort the people to finish building the Second Temple. The Book of Zechariah argues that the hopes the people had in the prophet Zechariah's days did not come true because the people failed to keep God's long-standing demand for justice, though hope still lies in the future because of God's character. Each chapter in this book closes with a substantive reflection of the ethics of the major sections of the Books of Haggai and Zechariah and their implications for contemporary readers.

In the Beginning (Hardcover): Cornelis Van Dam In the Beginning (Hardcover)
Cornelis Van Dam
R655 R547 Discovery Miles 5 470 Save R108 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days
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