B 63 Reading Deuteronomy (2012)

Deuteronomy is both a fascinating book, and also of great significance in the Old Testament, providing a “key” to reading the following histories. But is also presents significant problems for the modern reader.

This engaging study looks square on at both the congenial and the more difficult aspects of the book. It explores its structure, as a series of sermons and as a treaty, and treads a careful path through the ways in which we can appropriate the text today.
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Author: Jenni Williams

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