Definition of Book of deuteronomy
1. Noun. The fifth book of the Old Testament; contains a second statement of Mosaic law.
Generic synonyms: Book
Terms within: Mezuza, Mezuzah
Group relationships: Laws, Pentateuch, Torah
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Literary usage of Book of deuteronomy
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1. Journal of Theological Studies (1905)
"This has reference to the Book of Deuteronomy, not to the law enshrined in it. Ezekiel was a priest of that sanctuary which owed its unique position to the ..."
2. Dr. William Smith's Dictionary of the Bible: Comprising Its Antiquities by William Smith (1892)
"So again, not to mention numberless undesigned coincidences between Ps. xc. and the book of Deuteronomy, especially chap, xxxii., we need only here cita the ..."
3. The evidences of the genuineness of the Gospels by Andrews Norton (1847)
"Here, by "the Book of the Law," it may •ccm that the writer intended cither the whole Pentateuch, or the book of Deuteronomy alone. ..."
4. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"The book of Deuteronomy was the product of prophetic teaching operating on ... It is universally held by critics that our present book of Deuteronomy ..."
5. Principles of Religious Education: A Course of Lectures Delivered Under the by Henry C. Potter (1900)
"Analysis of the Book of Deuteronomy. Principle enunciated. Use of Bible as a Library. Contents of the Bible Library. Literary Study of the Bible. ..."