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By Patrick D. Miller

Deuteronomy is greater than a relic of historic background. it's a residing record that offers with matters correct tot he modern day reader. This remark will stimulate dialogue in regards to the Deuteronomistic prescriptions for a fit society.

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Moses' third speech begins with "These are the words of the covenant which the LORD commanded Moses to make with the people of Israel in the land of Moab" (29:1). The significant word here is covenant. What follows in the next four chapters essentially formalizes the covenantal relationship embodied in Moses' words, with particular reference to Moses' departure and the accountability of the people to maintain the torah that has been set before them. So this third speech, which is partly narrative, includes the solemn oath of the people to keep the covenant (chapters 2930), with provision for leadership after Moses is gone (chapter 31), and Moses' permanent witness in the face of expected disobedience of the covenant (chapter 32).

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The significance of these superscriptions was recognized long ago. However, the work of Norbert Lohfink (see Robinson) and Dean McBride ("Deuteronomium" and Page 11 ''Polity") has particularly developed that significance. Deuteronomy begins with "These are the words that Moses spoke to all Israel beyond the Jordan" (1:1), introducing the first speech as a memoir (so McBride) of the beginning history of the covenant people. The long section from 4:44 to 28:68 follows, headed by the words "This is the law [or torah] which Moses set before the children of Israel" (4:44).

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