Freedom in the Old Testament

By Published on August 6, 2015

There is a universal thirst for freedom. Throughout history, people of all cultures have sought it.

Some people define freedom as being free from external values and restraints.

Others, like the Greeks of antiquity, view freedom in a purely political sense.

Freedom in the Old Testament is presented differently.

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