The Theology of Deuteronomy: Collected Essays of Georg Braulik

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BIBAL Press, 1994 - Religion - 302 pages
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This volume contains nine important articles by one of the world's foremost Deuteronomy scholars, published here for the first time in English. Dr Braulik brings the text of Deuteronomy into dialogue with the New Testament and with the modern Church. Among issues addressed are: Deuteronomy's program for the liberation of women, the birth of monotheism, the transformation of Deuteronomy from a teaching document to a covenant treaty, and Deuteronomy's theory of festivals.

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Contents

The Joy of the Feast
27
Commemoration of Passion and Feast of Joy
67
Some Remarks on the Deuteronomistic Conception
87
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