Book of Deuteronomy

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the fifth book of the Old Testament

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McBride, "Polity of the Covenant People: The Book of Deuteronomy," Interpretation 41(1987): 41.
His most recent article in Midstream "The Ten Commandments in the Book of Deuteronomy, "appeared in the May/June 2008 issue.
Judges 2 as a whole is informed by the covenantal explanations for success and defeat that we identify with Deuteronomistic authors, the formulaic phrases that now frame many of the tales of the judges, and the language and worldview that is at home in the Book of Deuteronomy itself.
In the Florida case, the National Organization of Women, along with other plaintiffs, had asserted that the phrase "Choose Life" is from the Old Testament book of Deuteronomy, and therefore is an unconstitutional state endorsement of religion, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported.
David, 66, told them it referred to the Bible book of Deuteronomy, chapter eight, verse 18, which declares God is the only source of power.
He was also charged with owning an unlicensed number plate which spelt DEUT 818 - a reference to the Old Testament Book of Deuteronomy.
There's a scripture in the Book of Deuteronomy saying that when strangers enter your land you do not hinder them, but you treat them as if they were born there," she says.
The Book of Deuteronomy tells us: 'You shall not harden your heart, nor shut your hand from your needy brother.
This concept is most prominent in the book of Deuteronomy, where it is one of the most important - some would say, the most important - innovations of the book.
The celebration will feature the nailing of a mezuzah, which contains parchment inscribed with passages from the book of Deuteronomy, to a door frame.
He evaluates the relationships between David and Saul's heirs with the underlying theme of justice, drawing upon the provisions for justice in the covenant community in the book of Deuteronomy.
In broad terms Deuteronomy 1-3 is understood as part of the Moabredaktion, which is basically the late substantial layer added to the book of Deuteronomy.
In the Book of Deuteronomy, the Exodus is mentioned repeatedly, especially in its consequence, that the Israelites are to inherit the land promised to them in the lives of the patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
As the Book of Deuteronomy says: "I have set before you life and death, blessing and curse.
P's style showed that he wrote the sections that emphasized chronology and laws, and D wrote the Book of Deuteronomy.