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DEUTDeuteronomy
DEUTDeuterium
DEUTDépartement d'Etudes Urbaines et Touristiques (French: Department of Urban Studies and Tourism; Canada)
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4: 13, and |adulterer' for the mutilations at Deut. 23: 2.
Thus, for example, in the festival of the first-fruits the themes of distress, call for help, divine response, and deliverance are given expression by reciting paradigmatic events from the Exodus story (Deut. 26:5-9).
Just as the elders declared that Our hands have not shed this blood (Deut. 21:7), so did Reuben declare, Shed no blood (37:22).
'Because of you [biglalkhem] the Lord was incensed with me too, and He said: You shall not enter it [the Promised Land] either' (Deut. 1:37).
The phrase ervat davar itself is written one other time, in a cleanliness regulation concerning defecation (Deut. 23:14), which involves uncovering.
20:8, Deut. 24:9, 25:17) (6) were all codified as legal passages and appeared in legal context, and thus so too should Deut.
26 and Deut. 28 with curses found in the third millennium, early second millennium, middle second millennium, late second millennium, and first millennium (part 3, pp.
(Deut. 22:10)." With proclamations in or out of context, Matheson creates a God who soon defines himself as arbitrary, drama-obsessed, and misogynistic.
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He challenges the attribution of Deuteronomy to the late seventh century by claiming that prior to entering the land Yahweh promised that he would give Israel every place on which they set their foot (Deut 11:24), an affirmation which most scholars would date no earlier than the late seventh century.
Choose life so that you and your descendants may live" (Deut. 30:19).
Two momarsa for the supply of (a) 150 tons yellow deut corn duly bagged, also (b) 80 tons soybean meal of 44 % protein.