Deuteronomy

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the fifth book of the Old Testament

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Deuteronomy also encourages the family's participation in the community assembly where God's Word is read (Deut. 31:7-13) and where God's works in their history is re-enacted to impress on them what God has done on their behalf (Ex.
20:8, Deut. 24:9, 25:17) (6) were all codified as legal passages and appeared in legal context, and thus so too should Deut.
However, the authors' own indices in part 2 belie this claim, especially the "runs of topics" that the authors claim appear in Deut. 28 and second-millennium sources but never in first-millennium sources.
Moreover, in Deuteronomy, where "election-theology" is most fully developed, (18) it explicitly states that Israel was the smallest among the nations (Deut. 7:7), and Israel also is chastised for stubbornness and ingratitude (Deut.
an individual's inferiority," with stimulating sections on "Heart and Soul" (vengeance and the cities of refuge), gender identity and gender relations (including the laws of the amah and sotah), motive (Deut. 25:11-12), and the command to rejoice (under the evocative heading:"The Lawgiver Colonizes the Psyche").
21: 23-24, where it applied to cases of serious injury, and Deut. 19:21, where it applied in the context of giving false testimony.
Scripture itself teaches us to check alleged divine revelations of empirical facts by means of empirical data; and if they prove empirically to be false, they should not be accepted as divine revelations (Deut. 18:22; 1 Thess.
They were concerned to put into practice the Bible's command: "Justice, justice shall you pursue"' (Deut. 16:20).
Or, since only justice and peace are virtues that we are told to "pursue" (Deut. 16:20, Ps.
35:30; Deut. 17:6; 19:15), but Jesus does not even inquire regarding who were the witnesses, much less cross-examine them.
21:22-25), the banks will be put out of business (Deut. 23:20), pork and shellfish will be illegal (Deut.
If brothers live together and one is married but dies without a son, the surviving brother is expected to marry his brother's widow If he refuses, in the presence of her elders she is to pull his sandal off his foot and spit in his face (Deut. 25:5-10).
They all deal with different realms, but they come with the same very large promise attached: do them "in order that you may fare well and have length of days." This is the reward for honoring one's father and mother (Ex 20:12, and again in Deut. 5:16), for using honest weights and measures (Deut.
You (nation) shall love the Lord your God with all your heart" (Deut. 6:4-5a; also see 10:12-21).