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This book is good because it has made me understand the Scripture better and allowed me to read the Scripture in a different way.I also appreciate the fact that this book is not dense with academic nomenclatures. I've come back to this book as some of our youth group have been asking very good questions about why we seem to 'ignore' large parts of the Bible (like food laws), but take other parts (like the teaching on sex) really seriously.I read this book right after Richard Dawkins, "God Delusion" which traumatized me.This book actually referred to passages that Richard Dawkins mentioned in his book and answered many questions. None of the Christian reading materials should be read as a substitute of the Scripture.
In addition to the many statements in the rest of Scripture which support Mosaic authorship of the Pentateuch, there are statements made within the Book of Deuteronomy which indicate that Moses was the author of the words written here at Yahweh's direction (see, for example, 1:6, 24 which refer explicitly to Moses' writing—"And Moses wrote this law, and gave it to the priests the sons of Levi . It is clear the text of Deuteronomy that Moses is addressing the second generation from the Exodus; those who, in obedience to, and trust in, Yahweh, will enter the land of Canaan and take possession of it by conquest.Frightened by the thunder, the smoke, and the blaring horn, the people fall back and plead with Moses to be their intermediary; Moses reassures the people that God wants only to train them in the fear of Him, then approaches the cloud enshrouding God (–18 (18–21)).Deuteronomy represents God summoning the people at Horeb (Sinai) to let them hear His voice in order to train them in the fear of Him ().The relation of the Decalogue to God's purpose in speaking with Moses in the Exodus account is obscure; why He speaks it to the people in Deuteronomy is only slightly less so. The Decalogue comprised the stipulations of the *covenant between God and Israel (Deut. It was engraved on both sides of two stone "tablets of the covenant" לוּחֹת־הַבְּרִית or עֵדוּת] לֻחֹת הָעֵדֻת, traditionally rendered "testimony," is to be connected with Akkadian adū and Old Aramaic (עדיא ,עד(י "treaty"] by the finger of God; Moses ascended Mount Sinai and there he remained, fasting forty days before receiving the tablets (Ex. After God forgave the people, Moses was ordered to provide a second pair of stones on which God wrote exactly what was written on the first pair (Ex. These concern (1) alliances with the idolatrous Canaanites; (2) molten gods; (3) the festival of unleavened bread; (4) firstlings; (5) the Sabbath; (6) the festival of weeks; (7) the ingathering festival; (8) sacrifice; (9) first fruits; and (10) cooking a kid in its mother's milk.Common to all versions, however, is the affirmation that at Sinai-Horeb the entire people heard God's voice (Ex. They are presented as the terms of God's renewed covenant with Israel, and repeat the injunctions from ff.
Christians are people of the new covenant made by Jesus’ death on the cross. And how does Christ’s new covenant fullfil and complete all the other covenants that God made with his people in the Old Testament?