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Deuteronomy (Daily Study Bible Old Testament Series)

Hardback|Nov 1985
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212 Pages
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In his perceptive commentary, David F. Payne helps readers see the importance of this pivotal biblical book and guides them in applying its message to today's world. Deuteronomy consists of three major addresses to the people, in which Moses repeats the laws already set forth. Why then, is Deuteronomy necessary with its repeat of law and covenant? "The internal logic of Deuteronomy," writes Payne, "provides one answer to this question: Israel's forthcoming entry into the Promised Land would create a dramatic break with the past, as a wandering people became a settled nation, with an entirely different way of life. So Israel's great leader, Moses, takes great pains to make sure that Israel will be faithful to her God-given law and covenant, and will remember her formative past." Readers, then as now, are called upon "to renew their covenant with their God; or ... to examine their hearts and lives, and then to reassert their loyalty to God's calling and service." Book jacket.
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:In his perceptive commentary, David F. Payne helps readers see the importance of this pivotal biblical book and guides them in applying its message to today's world. Deuteronomy consists of three major addresses to the people, in which Moses repeats the laws already set forth. Why then, is Deuteronomy necessary with its repeat of law and covenant? "The internal logic of Deuteronomy," writes Payne, "provides one answer to this question: Israel's forthcoming entry into the Promised Land would create a dramatic break with the past, as a wandering people became a settled nation, with an entirely different way of life. So Israel's great leader, Moses, takes great pains to make sure that Israel will be faithful to her God-given law and covenant, and will remember her formative past." Readers, then as now, are called upon "to renew their covenant with their God; or ... to examine their hearts and lives, and then to reassert their loyalty to God's calling and service." Book jacket.
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David Payne

David Payne lives in North Carolina, and is the author of four previous novels: "Confessions of a Taoist on Wall Street", which won the prestigious Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship Award; "Early from the Dance"; "Ruin Creek"; and "Gravesend Light". He welcomes comments from readers, and is available to speak with your book club. He can be reached at david@davidpaynebooks.com.

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