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The force and individuality of this Book; its consistency and distinctiveness from the other documents of the Pentateuch as well as its differences from much of the custom and practice both in early and later Israel, make it stand out.

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The Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges: The Book of Deuteronomy


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FRONT MATTERTitle PageCopyright PagePREFACE BY THE GENERAL EDITOR FOR THE OLD TESTAMENTPREFACECONTENTSINTRODUCTION§ 1. Names.§ 2. General Content, Structure, and Style.§ 3. Standpoint, Doctrine, and Spirit.§ 4. Deuteronomy and the Law-Book of Josìah.§ 5. Questions of Unity.§ 6. The Relations to Each Other of the Main Divisions— The Code and the Discourses.§ 7. The Cross Divisions and Distinctions.§ 8. The Singular and Plural Forms of Address.§ 9. Editorial Factors.§ 10. Conclusions as to Unity.§ 11. The Ages of the Book and of its Contents.§ 12. Resulting Questions and their Answers.LIST OF THE PRINCIPAL ABBREVIATIONS EMPLOYEDDEUTERONOMY (Text and Notes)CH. I.A. CH. I. 5—IV. 40.FIRST DISCOURSE AND INTRODUCTION TO THE LAW-BOOK.CH. II.CH. III.CH. IV.B. CHS. V.—XI. THE SECOND DISCOURSE INTRODUCTORY TO THE LAWS.CH. V.CH. VI.CH. VII.CH. VIII.CHS. IX.—X.CH. X.CHS. X.—XI.C. CHS. XII.—XXVI. THE STATUTES AND JUDGEMENTS.CH. XII.CH. XIII.CH. XIV.CH. XV.CH. XVI.CH. XVII.CH. XVIII.CH. XIX.CH. XX.CH. XXI.CH. XXII.CH. XXIII.CH. XXIV.CH. XXV.CH. XXVI.D. CHS. XXVII.—XXX. CLOSING ENFORCEMENTS OF THE LAW.CH. XXVII.CH. XXVIII.CH. XXIX.CH. XXX.E. CHS. XXXI.—XXXIV. LAST DAYS AND DISCOURSES OF MOSES.CH. XXXI.CH. XXXII.CH. XXXIII.CH. XXXIV.APPENDIX. ON CLEAN AND UNCLEAN ANIMALSINDEX
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