Deuteronomy

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Synonyms for Deuteronomy

the fifth book of the Old Testament

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Katzenellenbogen, (Jerusalem: Mossad Harav Kook, 1994), Devarim (Deuteronomy), pp.
But - the text holds fast to the paradox - "the revealed things belong to us, and to our children, forever, to do all the devarim of this Torah" (29:28).
Devarim in the latter sense cannot compete with devarim in the former.
David Zvi Hoffmann, Sefer Devarim Mefurash al yedei Rav David Zvi Hoffmann (Tel Aviv: Netzach, 1961) p.
For actual testimonies, see: Sifrei Devarim 43, ed.
It is generally accepted that the core of the book of Devarim [Deuteronomy] consists of three distinct orations delivered by Moses to the Israelites on the east side of the Jordan at the end of the 40th year since the Exodus.
Albeck (Jerusalem, 1965 [1903-29]); DR = Devarim Rabba, ed.
A multi-leveled discourse on this verse has been preserved in Sifre Devarim No.
There is no independent basis in the Talmud for disqualifying women from participating in devarim shebikedushah (e.