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Shbc Bible Commentary: Deuteronomy (Smyth & Helwys Bible Commentary Series)

Shbc Bible Commentary: Deuteronomy (Smyth & Helwys Bible Commentary Series)

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Introduction1. The Introduction To Deuteronomy Deut 1:1-462. Passage Through Friendly And Hostile Territories Deut 2:1-3:113. The Distribution Of Israel's Transjordanian Territory Deut 3:12-224. Theophany, Covenant, Idolatry, Exile, And Monotheism: Paranesis And TraditionDeut 4:1-405. Israel At Mt. Horeb: The Decalogue Deut 5:1-336. The Shema: The Centrality Of The First Commandment Deut 6:1-257. Israel's Neighbors-to-be: The Danger Posed By Foreign Cultures Deut 7:1-268. Desert And Promised Land: The Dangers Posed By Want And Prosperity Deut 8:1-209. Election And Arrogance Deut 9:1-10:1110. A Summary Call To Covenant Obedience Deut 10:12-11:3211. The Deuteronomic Code: Deuteronomy 12-2612. Explication Of The First Commandment: "You Shall Have No Other Gods" Deut 12:2-13:1813. Explication Of The Second Commandment: "Do Not Misuse The Name Of YHWH, Your God" Deut 14:1-2114. Explication Of The Third Commandment: "Remember The Sabbath Day"Deut 14:22-16:1715. Explication Of The Fourth Commandment: "Honor Father And Mother"Deut 16:18-18:2216. The Protection Of Innocent Life Deut 19:1-2117. Limits On Killing In War Deut 20:1-2018. Life And Death In Tension Deut 21:1-2319. Protect Life Deut 22:1-820. Explication Of The Sixth Commandment: "Do Not Commit Adultery"Deut 22:9-23:18 21. Explication Of The Seventh Commandment: "Do Not Steal" Deut 23:19-24:722. Explication Of The Eighth Commandment: "Do Not Bear False Witness"Deut 24:8-25:423. Explication Of The Ninth Commandment: "Do Not Covet Your Neighbor's Wife"Deut 25:5-1224. Explication Of The Tenth Commandment: "Do Not Covet Anything Belonging To Your Neighbor" Deut 25:13-26:1525. Conclusion To The Deuteronomic Code Deut 26:16-1926. The Shechem Ceremony Deut 27:1-2627. Covenant Blessings And Curses Deut 28:1-6828. Covenant Renewal In Moab Deut 28:69-32:5229. The Transferal Of Leadership And The Deposit Of Witnesses Deut 31:1-2930. Moses' Song Deut 31:30-32:5231. Moses' Blessing Deut 33:1-2932. Moses' Death And Burial Deut 34:1-12BibliographyIndex Of Modern AuthorsIndex Of SidebarsIndex Of ScripturesIndex Of TopicsIllustration Credits

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Introduction1. The Introduction To Deuteronomy Deut 1:1-462. Passage Through Friendly And Hostile Territories Deut 2:1-3:113. The Distribution Of Israel's Transjordanian Territory Deut 3:12-224. Theophany, Covenant, Idolatry, Exile, And Monotheism: Paranesis And TraditionDeut 4:1-405. Israel At Mt. Horeb: The Decalogue Deut 5:1-336. The Shema: The Centrality Of The First Commandment Deut 6:1-257. Israel's Neighbors-to-be: The Danger Posed By Foreign Cultures Deut 7:1-268. Desert And Promised Land: The Dangers Posed By Want And Prosperity Deut 8:1-209. Election And Arrogance Deut 9:1-10:1110. A Summary Call To Covenant Obedience Deut 10:12-11:3211. The Deuteronomic Code: Deuteronomy 12-2612. Explication Of The First Commandment: "You Shall Have No Other Gods" Deut 12:2-13:1813. Explication Of The Second Commandment: "Do Not Misuse The Name Of YHWH, Your God" Deut 14:1-2114. Explication Of The Third Commandment: "Remember The Sabbath Day"Deut 14:22-16:1715. Explication Of The Fourth Commandment: "Honor Father And Mother"Deut 16:18-18:2216. The Protection Of Innocent Life Deut 19:1-2117. Limits On Killing In War Deut 20:1-2018. Life And Death In Tension Deut 21:1-2319. Protect Life Deut 22:1-820. Explication Of The Sixth Commandment: "Do Not Commit Adultery"Deut 22:9-23:18 21. Explication Of The Seventh Commandment: "Do Not Steal" Deut 23:19-24:722. Explication Of The Eighth Commandment: "Do Not Bear False Witness"Deut 24:8-25:423. Explication Of The Ninth Commandment: "Do Not Covet Your Neighbor's Wife"Deut 25:5-1224. Explication Of The Tenth Commandment: "Do Not Covet Anything Belonging To Your Neighbor" Deut 25:13-26:1525. Conclusion To The Deuteronomic Code Deut 26:16-1926. The Shechem Ceremony Deut 27:1-2627. Covenant Blessings And Curses Deut 28:1-6828. Covenant Renewal In Moab Deut 28:69-32:5229. The Transferal Of Leadership And The Deposit Of Witnesses Deut 31:1-2930. Moses' Song Deut 31:30-32:5231. Moses' Blessing Deut 33:1-2932. Moses' Death And Burial Deut 34:1-12BibliographyIndex Of Modern AuthorsIndex Of SidebarsIndex Of ScripturesIndex Of TopicsIllustration Credits
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Deuteronomy, the last and widely considered the most influential of the five books of the Pentateuch, preserves the three addresses Moses delivered to the people of Israel just prior to his death and their entry into the promised land. Its name, which means "second law," represented a reiteration, explication, and, to a degree, expansion, of the sole covenant between God and Israel. It was a reinterpretation of the law designed to meet the needs of a new generation facing a new future. In this volume of the groundbreaking Smyth & Helwys Bible Commentary series, Old Testament scholar Mark Biddle skillfully leads his readers to consider how these words which have often confounded the casual reader can help us understand and meet the needs of our own generation as well.
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  • Catalogue Code 208557
  • Product Code 1573120618
  • EAN 9781573120616
  • Pages 534
  • Department Academic
  • Category Old Testament Commentaries
  • Sub-Category Deuteronomy
  • Publisher Smyth & Helwys Publishing
  • Publication Date Apr 2003
  • Dimensions 259 x 182 x 40 mm
  • Weight 1.361kg

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