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Notes on Deuteronomy Thomas L. Constable Deuteronomy reveals how God loves people and how we should in turn love God.

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Deuteronomy at Luther Seminary’s Enter the Bible. Study basics about Bible books, people, dates, places.

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Deuteronomy – Robert Jamieson’s Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the whole Bible

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Deuteronomy – Dr Bob Utley

Deuteronomy – World Wide Study Bible

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Deuteronomy – Calvin’s Commentaries Harmony of the Law – Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy Vol 1

Deuteronomy – Calvin’s Commentaries Harmony of the Law – Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy Vol 2

Deuteronomy – Calvin’s Commentaries Harmony of the Law – Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy Vol 3

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Introduction to Deuteronomy David Malick

Outline of Deuteronomy David Malick

The Law the First Five Books                          J Hampton Keathley III

Introduction to the Book of Deuteronomy and Overview  Dennis Bratcher

Hexateuch, Tetrateuch, and the Deuteronomic History       Dennis Bratcher

The Gospel of Deuteronomy                                    Henry Law          Religious Tract Society     

Analysis and Synthesis of the Book of Deuteronomy                     Frank DeCanio

Deuteronomy        Robert I Bradshaw

Deuteronomy          Kenneth Boa     A study guide commentary

Analysis and Synthesis of the Book of Deuteronomy     Frank DeCanio  

The Promise of the Land of Israel                                Elmer A Martens

Deuteronomy 1 – 16 (Preparation for the Promised Land)                          David Colburn

The Exodus and The Wanderings in the Wilderness   Alfred Edersheim   

Israel’s Covenant Renewal (Deuteronomy)       Bob Deffinbaugh

Prologue to the Prophets    Barry Bandstra

Deuteronomy the Torah of Moses   Barry Bandstra

The Authorship of Deuteronomy John William McGarvey An examination of the authorship of the book.

Deuteronomy: Introduction and Overview                    Dennis Bratcher          Basic summary and overview of the composition and theology of the Book of Deuteronomy.

Exploring Deuteronomy     Tim Finlay & Jim Herst

Deuteronomy: God’s People Challenged     Tim Finlay & Jim Herst

Deuteronomy: A Mosaic Book      H. Edouard Naville

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Ten Themes of the Deuteronomistic History    

Deuteronomy an Overview  Division of Student Ministrys 

Dating the Pentateuch: the Book of Deuteronomy, Archaeological Anomalies and Anachronisms  Walter Mattfeld looks at the archaeological findings and compares them with the Biblical accounts.

The Book of the Law Studies in the Date of Deuteronomy     G.T. Manley    A collection of twelve articles

The Date of Deuteronomy: Linch-pin of Old Testament Criticism. Part One   Gordon Wenham

The Date of Deuteronomy: Linch-pin of Old Testament Criticism. Part Two   Gorodon Wenham

The Secret Things and the Things Revealed: Reactions to the Exile in the Deuteronomistic History  Ralph W. Klein

The Themes of Deuteronomistic History  

Deuteronomistic History

Periods of Biblical History Israel’s “Aramaean” Origins   Walter Mattfeld looks at Deuteronomy 26:5 and explores the archaeological evidence supporting this concept.  

Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomic School    Robert P. Gordon

The Primary History (Genesis – 2 Kings), an Exilic Composition of 562 – 561 BCE   Walter Mattfeld    focuses on Deuteronomy 30:1-10 and explores the theory the idea that the Primary History was written by one author in the exile and notes that some sites appearing in Joshua did not come into existence until late in the 7th century BCE.

Sacrifice in the Old Testament    F.D. Kidner

The Alien According to the Torah     Georges Chawkat Moucarry

Sancturies (Central and Local) in Pre-exilic Israel, with particular reference to the Book of Deuteronomy    Arthur E. Cundall

The Case for Kingship in Deuteronomy and the Former Prophets     David M. Howard, Jr

Regal Messianic Hope in Deuteronomy, 1,2 Samuel and 1,2 Kings  Greg Herrick continues his study of kingly/messianic hope in the Old Testament.

When is the Sabbath Day? Why do Christians Gather on Sunday to Worship? Joshua M. Spaulding       Exodus 20:8          Deuteronomy 5:15    To correctly answer the questions “when is the Sabbath day?” and “why do Christians worship on Sunday?” we must go to God’s Word. The Sabbath day was established in the Mosaic law as part of the “10 commandments,” when God said “Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy” (Exodus 20:8). While the other commandments within the “10 commandments” are moral laws that extend beyond the Mosaic law, this commandment is not a moral law. This is a ceremonial law, fulfilled in Christ, and not mentioned in the New Testament. Our debt to God’s moral law and all ceremonial laws was paid, by Christ, in full. This still does not answer fullythe question When is the Sabbath Day. Read on for the full answer.

Deuteronomy 6-8 and the History of Interpretation: An Exposition on the First Two Commandments     Justin M. Fuhrmann

Raising Godly Grandchildren (Deuteronomy 6:1-25   Stephen J Cole   To raise up godly grandchildren you must love God fervently, teach your children diligently, and live in the world carefully.

Responsibilities of Fatherhood Deuteronomy 6:1-19   J. Hampton Keathly III explains that although often used to extol happiness and well-being in the family it is also a call to ministry and testimony as the people of God through their obedience to God.

Deuteronomy 6:4 (“The Shema”)        Jeffrey H. Tigay

A Heart Felt Love: An Exegesis of Deuteronomy 6:4-19    Bruce E. Willoughby

How Many is God? an Investigation into the Meaning of Deuteronomy 6:4-5,     Daniel I. Block

The First Constitution: Rethinking the Origins of Rule of Law and Separation of Powers In Light of Deuteronomy   Bernard M. Levinson

Underdogs and Earthen Vessels: Devotional on Deuteronomy 8:11-1                   Dennis Bratcher  A reflective article on the theology of the warning to Israel in Deuteronomy 8, and how it might apply to us today.

Deuteronomy and Polity in the Early History of Jewish Interpretation     Steven D. Fraade

Slavery in the Bible – Does God Condone Slavery?    Joshua M. Spaulding    Exodus 21:2-6  &  Deuteronomy 15:12-15  There are passages in the Word of God that would suggest that slavery is not strictly condemned. Some read these passages and sincerely do not understand. Many, however, are skeptics simply looking to accuse God of evil-doing.   So does the Bible, and God specifically, approve of slavery?

Reconciliation in Deuteronomy     H F van Rooy

Deuteronomy 17 – 34 and Psalm 91                           David Colburn

False Prophets, Part II (Deuteronomy 18:1-22)            Bob Deffinbaugh

Criteria of False Prophets: Notes on Deuteronomy 18:22             Dennis Bratcher   A brief analysis of Deuteronomy 18:22, examining the claim that it proves that Old Testament prophecy is primarily predictive.

The Destruction of the Nations and the Promise of Return: Hermeneutical Observations on the Book of Deuteronomy    G Braulik  

The Message of the Book of Kings in Relation to Deuteronomy and Jeremiah    Gershon Galil

The Problem of Old Testament Ethics                       Elmer A. Martens

Response to Elmer Martens                 Ben C. Ollenburger

Israel’s Covenant Renewal (Deuteronomy)              Bob Deffinbaugh

A Land Flowing with Milk and Honey     S. Douglas Waterhouse

The Nearness of God (Exodus 33:1-16; 34:8-10; Deuteronomy 4:1-7)                     Bob Deffinbaugh   An overview of God’s omnipresence.

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Divine Presence in Deuteronomy     Ian Wilson

Living in a World where Life is Cheap. The Relevance of the Book of Deuteronomy and the Sixth Commandment for the Debate on the Sanctity of Human Life    Melvin Tinker

The Judgement of God: The Problem of the Canaanites     J.P.U. Lilley

Cities of Refuge    Charles L. Feinberg

The Ebal Ceremony as Hebrew Land Grant    Andrew E. Hill

Covenant        Robert I. Bradshaw

Dynastic Covenant     Meredith G. Kline

Decalogue      J. W. Marshall   Deuteronomy 5

The Revelation of the Law in Scripture     Patrick Fairbairn

Deuteronomy: an Exposition of the Spirit of the Law     John H. Walton

The Hebrew Papyrus of the Ten Commandments    F. C. Burkitt

Ten Commandments, Two Tablets: The Shape of the Decalogue     David L Baker

The Two Tables of the Covenant    Meredith G. Kline

Living in a World where Life is Cheap. The Relevance of the Book of Deuteronomy and the Sixth Commandment for the Debate on the Sanctity of Human Life    Melvin Tinker

God’s ‘Name’ and God’s Glory     J. Gordon McConville

Faithless Israel, Faithful Yahweh in Deuteronomy     Paul A. Barker

Law – Hear, O Israel (the Legal Codes)  Davie Napier explains that legal code has resulted from the influence both of prophecy and priesthood coupled with the presuppositions that the God who is present and acts in history is also the God of creation.

A Problem in Deuteronomy    Gerald T. Manley  

The Central Sanctuary: Where and When?     Jeffrey Niehaus

Underdogs and Earthen Vessels Dennis Bratcher  An article on the theology of the warning to Israel in Deuteronomy 8, and how it might apply to us today.

Outline of the Deuteronomic Statutes and Ordnances  Stephen Wiggins

Rethinking the Relationship between Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomistic History: The Case of Kings

The Dietary Regulations in Deuteronomy 14 Within its Literary Context    P.M. Venter

The Vision of Deuteronomy 15 with Regard to Poverty, Socialism, and Capitalism     Andrew Schein

The Jubilee and the Millennium    David L. Baker

The Case for Kingship in Deuteronomy and the Former Prophets David M Howard Jnr 

The Messianic Dimensions of Kingship in Deuteronomy 17:14-20 as Fulfilled by Jesus in Matthew    Robin Gallaher Branch

Deuteronomy 19: Chiasms and Cases      James T. Dennison

The Laws of Deuteronomy and the Arguments from Silence     Harold M. Wiener

The Ten Commandments (Exod. 20:1-17, Deut. 5:6-21)

The Ten Commandments (Short Form)

The Least of the Commandments’: Deuteronomy 22:6-7 in rabbinic Judaism and early Christianity     Robert M. Johnston

Deuteronomy 24:1-4 and the Issue of Divorce     J. Carl Laney

Interpreting the Silences   (Deuteronomy 24:1-4)                   Allen R. Guenther

Respecting the Silences (Deuteronomy 24:1-4)                                     Harold J. Dyck

Did Moses Permit Divorce? Modal WiqaATal As Key to New Testament Readings of Deuteronomy 24:1-4      Andrew Warren

Current Crisis in Exegesis and the Apostolic use of Deuteronomy 25:4 in 1Corinthians 9:8-10     Walter C. Kaiser Jr

Legal Forms in the Book of the Covenant     Gordon J. Wenham

Deuteronomy and the Central Sanctuary     Gordon J. Wenham

The Theology of Deuteronomy 27     Paul A. Barker

A Note on Deuteronomy XXVII. 1-8     Gerald T. Manley

Deuteronomy 32:1-12 A reflection by Pope John Paul II

Deuteronomy 32:8 and the Sons of God     Michael S. Heiser

Are Yahweh and El Distinct Deities in Deut. 32:8-9 and Psalm 82?     Michael S. Heiser,

A History of Interpretation of Genesis 49 and Deuteronomy 33     Joel D. Heck

Joshua’s Reception of the Laying on of Hands. Pt 2, Deuteronomy 34:7 and Conclusion     Keith Mattingly

Recovering the Voice of Moses: the Genesis of Deuteronomy     Daniel I. Block

Song of Moses      Emil G. Hirsch and George A. Barton

Blessing of Moses    Joseph Jacobs, Schulim Ochser, Morris Jastrow Jr. and Wilhelm Nowack

From Manasseh to the Deuteronomic Reform   Gerald A Larue examines the impact of Deuteronomy on the Kings of Israel.

From the Fall of Nineveh to the Fall of Judah         Gerald A Larue

The Book of Josiah’s Reform             David Malick 

Deuteronomy Between Pentateuch and the Deuteronomistic History    John van Seters

Recovering the Voice of Moses: The Genesis of Deuteronomy     Daniel I Block

Ethics as Deconstruction   The author looks at some biblical texts where an ethical idea or prescription or hint seems to be founded on a deconstruction. T

The Ethics Of Deuteronomy: An Exegetical and Theological Study     J.G. Miller

Biblical Slavery     Benjamin Edidin Scolnic     Deuteronomy’s legal treatment of slavery is more humane than the parallel laws in Exodus, and more practical than those in Leviticus

Faithless Israel, Faithful Yahweh in Deuternomy     Paul A. Barker

Deuteronomy and Ugaritic Studies      P. C. Craigie

Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomic School      R. P. Gordon

Deuteronomy and the Central Sanctuary     G. J. Wenham

Deuteronomy and Ugaritic Studies     Peter C. Craigie

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