Providing concise exposition on Numbers and Deuteronomy, Henry Blunt moves verse-by-verse through each chapter. Providing both historical and cultural background, Blunt offers practical commentary and application.
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Henry Blunt (1794–1843) was educated at Pembroke College, Cambridge before becoming rector of Streatham and chaplain to the Duke of Richmond. Blunt was ordained into the Church of England in 1818.