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Religious concepts in the theology of Deuteronomy : a re-appraisal of Deuteronomic theology and the significance of Torah

  title={Religious concepts in the theology of Deuteronomy : a re-appraisal of Deuteronomic theology and the significance of Torah},
  author={Peter T. Vogt},
This thesis investigates the theology of Deuteronomy, and argues that at the heart of Deuteronomic theology is the supremacy of Yahweh, which is to be expressed by all generations of Israelites through adherence to Torah. This study maintains that the ideas of centralization, secularization, and demythologization as commonly understood fail to account adequately for the data of the text. In this view, the book of Deuteronomy is radical in its demands and vision, but not in the ways that it… 
The Deuteronomic roots of postexilic prophetic eschatology in Malachi
  • B. Wielenga
  • Philosophy
    In die Skriflig / In Luce Verbi
  • 2021
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