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According to Deuteronomy 67:76, the Israelites are called the "chosen people". Who in fact are the chosen people, and does this include Christians?

What sets the chosen people apart, are there special rights or honors that go with this title?

According to Deuteronomy 6:7, the Israelites are called the "chosen people". Who in fact are the chosen people, and does this include Christians?

What sets the chosen people apart, are there special rights or honors that go with this title?

According to Deuteronomy 7:6, the Israelites are called the "chosen people". Who in fact are the chosen people, and does this include Christians?

What sets the chosen people apart, are there special rights or honors that go with this title?

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Are Christians second-class to Israelites Who, and what, are the "chosen people"?

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What are Christians missing out on by not being onsets the A-listchosen people apart, are there special rights or honors that go with this title?

Are Christians second-class to Israelites?

If the Israelites (Jews) are said to be God's "chosen people", what does that make Christians?

What are Christians missing out on by not being on the A-list?

Who, and what, are the "chosen people"?

According to Deuteronomy 6:7, the Israelites are called the "chosen people". Who in fact are the chosen people, and does this include Christians?

What sets the chosen people apart, are there special rights or honors that go with this title?

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